Hackers, modders, and unscrupulous experts in glitch exploitation are being funnelled off into their own version of Max Payne 3 via the Cheater Pool.
The feature went live on July 10 and means that those interested in playing within the multiplayer mode's rules can relax, knowing developer Rockstar is on the case.
Cheaters won't get banned, but separated from the vanilla multiplayer population instead, in an effort to keep everyone reasonably happy.
It's one way to approach a community of players who may not agree on the best way of enjoying a videogame together.
Electronic Arts recently implemented a different approach, allowing the PlayStation3 and Xbox 360 players of Battlefield 3 to host their own multiplayer games for a fee, setting their own rules and gaining the power to boot unwelcome participants. - Relaxnews 2012