Many gamers prefer Bloody and A4Tech gaming mice, and their manufacturer lures consumers with a wide range of software functionality, which sometimes comes close to the border with cheats. The studio Facepunch Studios is also concerned about the situation, having decided to protect its extremely popular survival simulator Rust , which is preparing for release on consoles, from dubious users.
The developers suggest that they close the game, disconnect the Bloody or A4Tech mouse, connect any other and continue to fight for survival in Rust. And the whole point is to compensate for the recoil due to the built-in memory. Affected players are clearly not happy with this decision, some are demanding a reconsideration or a refund, while others just set about bombarding Rust with bad reviews on Steam.
The move is radical, but it makes sense, and the majority will most likely support the decision of the project team.