@Sepulfly, we’re hoping to release the parity patch as soon as possible, which will address this exploit as well as several others.
In the meantime, you may still report players that abuse this through the following method:
Official Servers - Terms of conduct, guidelines and procedures
How to contact us
If you want to report an infraction in any of our official servers, please contact us via Direct Message in our forums. You can do so by going to your profile, selecting Message, and in the recipient field type in @Community . Do not tag any other players or members of our community in your reports.
Once you’re filling in the report, please make sure to include the following details:
Name of the Server
A description of the infraction being reported
Irrefutable, veridic proof and evidence to back up your report. This includes, but is not limited to, screenshots, videos, timestamps, names of characters and guilds, profiles.
Make sure to reach us this way to report players, clans or exploits. We won’t be able to refund or return any loss of property caused by an infraction or abuse and as a result, any such requests will be dismissed.
@Ligeiro, we’ll be releasing the anti-undermesh feature on PC Official servers soon, starting with those running the Exiled Lands map as the Isle of Siptah map still needs some tweaks to prevent false positives. More information on this below:
Anti-undermesh feature to be enabled with 2.1.2 in Exiled Lands PC PVP Official Servers
After a few months of testing, both internally and on Testlive, we concluded that our anti-undermesh feature is ready to be enabled in official servers.
Once we release patch 2.1.2, we will enable the anti-undermesh feature on all PC PVP Official servers that are running the Exiled Lands map. Other game modes (PVE and PVE-Conflict) in official servers will, for now, not have this feature enabled.
While we have gathered and processed a great amount of data in the Exiled Lands, we feel this feature isn’t ready for the Isle of Siptah map yet as there are still a lot of unresolved false positives. We will continue to work on this feature for the Isle of Siptah map and it will be enabled once we feel it’s safe and ready.
This feature will only affect the PC platform for now, but we plan to deploy and activate these measures on consoles at a later date, once Isle of Siptah is fully launched on all platforms.