Hi, People get (rightfully) upset about other players employing 3rd party programs to cheat in the game. On a cloud server these problems don't exist. None of the code is available to cheaters, all a cloud server does is send a stream of images to the client, not much different from how Netflix works. Cheaters no longer have access to mob location, zone layout, health bar info, because no game code is sent or installed on the user's PC. Cloud services have been running for years and they seem to be immune to hacks. While it is technically possible to use AI to analyse screen images, mob distances, health bars and zone layout, this would be more challening than developing self-driving cars, especially in 3D games, it is (at least currently) not within the real of possibilities. If a cloud server would guarantee that there are no hacks possible whatsoever, would that entice you to play on it?