The efforts to quell cheating in Warzone and Vanguard has resulted in thousands banned hackers, as the Call of Duty devs look ahead to MW2.
The Call of Duty anti-cheat has caught nearly 200,000 hackers in two months as the Ricochet team at Activision looks ahead to Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 2 in the near future.
“RICOCHET Anti-Cheat continues to get smarter and better as time progresses,” they said, addressing what people can expect from Ricochet in Warzone 2.0 and MW2. “Will you encounter cheaters? Sadly, perhaps yes, but we are working endlessly to be faster and better to get them out of the game (by force or by annoyance) and let you focus on fun.”
Now with months of learnings and thousands banned, we’ll have to wait and see how Call of Duty’s anti-cheat performs as the future of the franchise isn’t far away from releasing.Warzone anti-cheat bans over 180,000 cheaters, but devs send warning for MW2 View Story