We are continuing to regularly roll out additional bans from Emilylowes's blog

In an online blog post(opens in new tab) published yesterday, the team behind the development provided an update regarding the Lost Ark Gold game's abundant bots, saying it was "working on internal strategies and tools to make it much more difficult for bots to be able to".

It comes on the heels of an announcement last week, which stated that Smilegate had "been engaged in developing effective tools and strategies to find and remove bots from the game" and had banned more than 1 million "bot" accounts from its servers(opens in new window) the 4th of March.

Nveda Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Vit D3 & Vitamin B12 Tablets PACK of 2"Last Friday, we started the process of removing bots and targeting more than a million accounts that are not legitimate," the update said (thanks, NME(opens in new tab)). "We recognize that this won't resolve the issue on its own and that bots are still present in the game, therefore we'd like to give confidence that this was one aspect of an ongoing fight.

"Following the initial ban wave, we are continuing to regularly roll out additional bans in order to ban more bots from the game. In addition, we are working on internal strategies and tools to make it more difficult for bots to enter the game, especially given the speed at which that they are created. The updates are soon in the game. "We've also heard player concerns about the impact bots may have on the in-game economy with regards to gold purchasing and selling and we're closely monitoring this situation," the post explained. "We have also changed the gold reward to silver for buy Gold Lost Ark some Rapport as well as Guide Quest rewards in order to stop the misuse in these system by botters and gold farmers."

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