I'll just try to add a little to the conversation. I'm not sure if this is UnrealShots or not. I will say that this player has been playing alone for hours every night for weeks or more on the London 2 server against the average bots. I believe he plays there for target practice which is precisely why I leave the bots on the servers with pretty low skill. Not saying this proves anything but it seems he has been actively practicing this aim.
the_cowboy All I wanted is to gauge some statistics (even if very rough factor) for botters. How much accuracy you reckon they have (> 83?).
It is hard to say what accuracy a botter would have. It would almost certainly be adjustable in any cheat. To give one example, this is a known and banned cheater with ~64% accuracy:
That same player is listed many times in UTStats with different aliases if you click Players and sort by the acc column. Meaningful accuracy numbers, of course, would need to have a decent amount of play time maybe greater than 5 to 10 minutes or so. I could delete those entries but left them for exactly this sort of study. Once I get the ranking issues fixed, I will remove the known cheater entries.
Nicefu posted some video from this cheater in the following thread. This was a very obvious cheater. To be clear, I'm not saying all cheats would be this easy to spot but it's interesting to notice that it still only achieved 64% accuracy while being so blatantly obvious:
Some very good players who are most likely not cheating have been able to achieve very high accuracy in the past as high as 60% or so. It is pretty dependent on the map and the opponent's skill level. You have to look at it as just another data point and not as proof of cheating alone, of course.
the_cowboy This is strange in the sense why would I turn 90 degree right while jumping down when someone could be firing from front. Something only bots do usually, in my books.
This could be explained by watching the video starting at around 0:40 seconds, you can see dwwd try to shoot this player as they used the jumpad to get out on that right side platform but he was a little late on the shot. So, when he drops down he checks that platform to see if his missed shot is still out there (or he might have even noticed shots coming from that direction before dropping down).
I don't think this player is cheating but I will check further just in case. Thanks for posting the video.