The chances of this being real is so unlikely, that I have a better chance of winning the lottery 3 times in a row. That's how ludicrous of a claim this is. And I highly doubt any videos or photos wouldn't be doctored/edited if you submitted them as evidence of this. No pack of any kind reads in-game information and calculates the proper trajectory of a strike. No pack is going to give you a For Honor indicator system, packs simply don't function like that, because they don't have the capacity to do so. It's too advanced for a pack, like I said the likelihood of something like that actually existing is a 1 to 876 million chance. The pack would have to make REAL-TIME calculations, without any support from the game, a pack is an external file added to the game. The most a pack interacts with the game is the game reading the file and implementing the information from the pack into the game. It does not give information! It receives information/data from a pack. That's why it's so unlikely that a PACK could read information pertaining to Saber Strikes in REAL-TIME without the support of the game. You would have to factor in lag, framerate, server connection bitrate, etc.So I was given this pack by a anonymous person that told me alot of Bum Tryhards use in dueling. It basically has white lines all around your player that will turn red as soon as a saberist throws their swing, each line will light up the direction it comes from, for easier PB blocks and overall NO SKILL talent as well as showing what keys they hit as long as your target locked on them LOL. Now I will expose all these bums who use this shitter Pack that think they're good when for a long time I already knew they were cheating little smucks with no skill other than handicap Crap.
Photos and video coming soon.
If this is real it's far more likely that it is a hack disguised as a "pack" because a true pack does not even come close to the capacity needed to properly assess a saber strike IN REAL-TIME just as or just before it happens without the support of provided game information and data. For a simpler comparison, it's like asking a toddler to solve a theoretical astrophysics problem, the likelihood of the child solving the said problem is near zero. But an Astrophysicist solving the problem is far more likely, and more realistic as well. Why go through the trouble of practically re-inventing the wheel in a sense for a pack, when you could just make a hack, and hide it under the guise of a pack.