Activision has unveiled its Ricochet anti-cheat system for Call of Duty games as it tries to tackle a long-standing cheating problem it frustrated a lot of players. According to a report: The new system will eliminate players who cheat in Call of Duty: Warzone later this year and it will debut with Call of Duty: Vanguard, the new premium game available on multiple platforms on November 5. Activision, whose parent company Activision Blizzard has been sued for having its own alleged toxic culture, said in its announcement that cheating in Call of Duty is frustrating for gamers, developers and the community as a whole. The Anti-Cheat Team has made great strides in tackling this persistent problem that plagues so many people, but the company has said it knows more needs to be done. Ricochet is backed by a team of dedicated professionals who focus on tackling foul play.
Ricochet’s Anti-Cheat Initiative is a multi-faceted approach to tackling cheating, with new server-side tools that monitor scans to identify cheating, improved investigation processes to eliminate cheaters, updates to strengthen account security, and more. Ricochet’s backend anti-cheat security features will launch alongside Call of Duty: Vanguard, and later this year with the Pacific update coming to Call of Duty: Warzone. In addition to the server enhancements that come with Ricochet, a new kernel-level PC driver, developed in-house for the Call of Duty franchise, and first released for Call of Duty: Warzone. This driver will help identify cheaters, strengthening and strengthening the overall security of the server. The kernel-level driver will launch alongside the Pacific update for Warzone later this year. Further reading: Cheat Maker isn’t afraid of Call of Duty’s new core-level anti-cheat.
Activision unveils the Ricochet anti-cheat system for Call of Duty
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