So let's be honest, we're all sick of idle boosters who tape their controllers and stay in games, match after match. It ruins the game for not only the team with that player on, but even the enemy team as well who actually want to play a real person, or even a bot, rather than a standing statue. But with some of the recent threads popping up, the answer seems to basically just try and catch them in the act and report them to Epic. Yeah that's great and all, but there are questions as to why the boot system is so basic in this game. Similar modern multiplayer games (These are used as examples only_ such as Battlefield, Call of Duty and even Halo have much more advanced boot systems.. I know for a fact in MW3 and Black Ops (As I play them both alot) that players can not simply tape their controller to try and purposely disrupt games, as it takes into factor other things, such as no score being accumulated for a certain amount of time.
But really, would it actually be asking too much for Epic to include within their next TU, a boot system that at the least, detects players who have stayed in a certain amount of matches/rounds and have 0 score. This would at least stop the ones who leave their players in and go out for hours on end. While these players really are crossing a line by doing this, there is some blame on Epic as well.
So question of the Poll.... Do you think Epic should include an update for the Boot system? what sort of things do you think they could do to improve it detecting idle boosters?