It has come to light that the future for TZAC and what has become a
cleaner gaming experience for most Enemy Territory players could be
hitting some bad times after it was revealed unless TZAC creator
Tomislav 'chaplja' Zubcic finds a suitable business partner the project
may well have to be shut down.
TZAC has expanded into other popular titles like Call of Duty 4 and Call
of Duty 2 and it seems a large portion of the online FPS community now
rely on the anti-cheat. TZAC 2.0 is currently in production but with the
future of the project blurred, it may not see the light of day.