Click Meh! This includes input from a Waypoint Mod, stckrboyAxo wrote:code of conduct is 90% just filler, only 10% will get you banned.Right from the Xbox LIVE Code of Conduct Page (Click Meh!)Axo wrote:i hope this is a joke,When I used to play Halo 4 and see people running around with said premium content, I would leave the game so I wasn't 'intentionally playing with others using ill-legit methods' by Code of Conduct standards. Heck, Community Engineer Cizlin and I even found out one of our friends modded to get the BR Blast and we cut connections with him to prevent a ban on our behalf once we found out. This is why I push the issue, is because to prevent a ban on my behalf via 'intentionally playing with others using ill-legit methods', I have to up and go the second we see this in a game, and that is the issue it poses, and really it would be silly that I would have to keep an eye out for a player with a red visor or beta armor just so I can up and go to prevent that.BoundlessHalo97 wrote:It's sleazy because you intend on getting someone locked out of a multi-hundred dollar device they paid for because they modified that device to make a strip on their character's face a different color. They're, statistically, going to be locked out of it regardless if they connect the device to Xbox Live so you get your petty jealousy-induced revenge that way, but because you personally haven't taken the time to learn how to modify that device you wish to potentially get that person permanently IP banned.-snip-BoundlessHalo97 wrote:Regardless of whether or not making your visor red goes against the Xbox Code of Conduct, the fact remains that Microsoft will detect those with modded consoles themselves and do what they feel is necessary. Getting someone banned even faster for making a slim strip on their character's face red when there are those modding to gain competitive advantages is not only a waste of your time but also a sleazy move.-snip-dderby22 wrote:-snip-
They have something you desire - not something that makes them play better than you - and you don't like that. You want that red strip and will throw a tantrum if you can't get it. You just admitted to that on a few occasions.
I've never modified a console myself, but that doesn't mean others shouldn't be allowed to do something that's ultimately harmless to those above the age of twelve. Report those who use aimbots etc., but don't cry because someone made the lens on a DMR scope a slightly different color.
It's not about not having it, and I do apologize for the misunderstanding on that. I just feel some players mod to have it to pretty much shove it in other player's faces and that is a middle finger to me. Yes, I am one of the older Halo Photographers as well, as you can tell by my medals here on Waypoint, and the idea of having more content for screenshot purposes sounds nice, but not if it risks a ban. Personally, I love my blue visors more than any other variant as well. My stats here on Waypoint should show my Spartan with said visor for Halo: Reach, Halo 4, and Halo 5:Guardians, unless it's glitched.
It's not jealously or about throwing tantrums, just protecting my account, because I don't want to risk a ban just because some other person modded and I happened to be in a game with them and I didn't notice their mod. That is why I report when I see this type of stuff. That should be understandable.
either way you wont get banned in halo 1-4 since 343 dont care about those games and have an anything goes attitude.
you will get console banned but 343 just ignore modders/cheaters/boosters and glitchers.
You will never get banned for playing with a modder,the only things you will get banned on xbl for is toxic messages and modding on your account.
Don’t cheat or tamper. For example, don't:
So no, this is not a joke, it's a part of Code of Conduct. Also as I just mentioned above, Infected Lobbies are good examples of the past where the automated banhammer struck multiple players in it, even those who popped in by accident and had the change done to their game profile from the infected lobby.
- Use unauthorized hardware or software
- Exploit game vulnerabilities or glitches
- Make unauthorized modifications to your account profile or its contents (e.g., tenure, Avatar, game saves, Gamerscore, achievements)
- Intentionally play with someone who is using unauthorized software or methods
first time i was ever infected was 2008 on cod 5, that acc is still fine a decade later, i challenge you to find the source of that infected lobby thing
Why dont we get the red visor?