Now Hammerpoint Interactive is being accused on their own forums of responding to ban appeals with an automated message that states, “We have evidence that you have used multiple hacks. Your ban appeal has been denied.” One person is claiming that he received this message even when accidentally using an email that was not attached to his account, and says he received exactly the same response on filing a ban appeal on a third email completely unconnected to The War Z in any way.
If this claim is true, it does not bode well for the game. This seems like something that a gaming company, particularly one with a game that has gotten as much negative press as this one has managed to in its short lifetime, would go well out of their way to prevent.
Kewk himself, Hammerpoint Interactive’s community manager, has joined the discussion over on the game’s forums calling the situation faked and a complete hoax.
Evidence on either side of the argument is lacking, but it is a very sad state of affairs when a random person on a web forum posting such a claim with no evidence at all seems as trustworthy as The War Z‘s community manager.