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Reviewers Claiming Killer Instinct Has FAKE Online Matches Taking Place (Swaps Out Online MP Commands for AI)

By Mitch Walters in NEX GEN

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More than one reviewer out there is talking about Killer Instinct, mostly they aren’t talking good about it. The Xbox ONE exclusive developed by Double Helix is said to have swapped out online multiplayer commands put in by the player that you’re facing for actual artificial intelligence commands given by the computer chips in the Xbox ONE.

Is this true? Is this false? It’s hard to say at this point. We have our own review staff playing the game and even then it’s going to be nearly impossible to prove this unless two people both record their gameplay at the same time and master it into one video (which could still be faked by a shady review team). We probably won’t be able to put something like this together before the Microsoft and Double Helix companies make a statement though as it seems this topic is entering a high level of discussion.

Take a look at the following video below for one of the Reviews discussing this which is currently circulating online and let us know what you think in the comments below it.

 

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