Lately I have been getting a lot of hackusations (about 10 in the past few play sessions) from infiltrators that I have killed while they were cloaked. They claim that there is no way that I could have seen them and killed them due to the fact that they were cloaked. That's a tonne of bull. There are many things which infiltrators do that easily give away their position to people like me who have a reasonable amount of experience with the game and render their cloak as useful as a pillow made of land-mines. In this thread I will point out some of these mistakes (although not all of them as I need some advantages). 1) Uncloaking and re-cloaking rapidly without moving. Some infiltrators attempt to avoid detection by running into a building, getting into a corner and cloaking whenever they think someone comes close. As we all know you make a noise when you cloak and if someone has a decent pair of headphones they can simply follow the noise and then pour a tone of bullets into your little corner. We may not be able to see you but you are very noisy and the constant cloaking sounds made by you panic-cloaking allows us to generally get a very good guess of where you are hiding and even if we get the wrong corner we have only wasted about 10 expendable bullets. 2) Running around cloaked up in my grill. Your cloak is not perfect and it's worse when you are running. This difference is unnoticeable at range but if you get up close it's a big ol' difference. Also once you have been seen don't cloak in front of me and then run, it's very easy to keep you in my sights even after you have cloaked. Save the energy for when you have broken line of sight and then cloak. But keep moving and keep moving away from your pursuer until you can face him on your own terms 3) Sprinting through a doorway or along a ridge while cloaked. When you sprint through a doorway it isn't just the mines that will kill you. The infiltrators cloak has this weird quirk that makes it very easy to see you when you are in front of two contrasting coloured backgrounds. It's most noticeable at night where the bright textures of the doorway contrasts hugely with the dark outside. The combination of the contrasting background colours and the slight glassy sheen of the cloak really makes you stand out. This also happens if you are running along a ridge during the day as the contrast between the dark ground and the bright sky also causes you to be easily spotted. 4) Using the recon tool on a small building. Sure having enemies show up on your map is nice and all but it also shows where you are or where you are going to go next. This makes it dead easy to find you and while you can generally have many exits from the larger buildings there are only a few exits from the smaller ones and we can just wait outside and stare at the doors (see point 3). 5) (snipers only) Taking a shot, cloaking and then not moving. It doesn't matter if you cloak after you shoot if you haven't moved. Another sniper can simply estimate where your head is and kill you deader than disco. So for the love of god move your *** after you shoot. This is possibly the most simple piece of advice in here yet for some reason I see people doing this all the time. Anyway tat's all your getting out of me for now but rest assured there are many more mistakes that make you easy-to-spot but I'll leave finding them up to you lot. Thanks for reading.