Activision announces new anti-cheat system for Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard

Activision announced on Wednesday (13) that multiplayer games in the Call of Duty series released from 2021 will gain a new anti-cheat system called RICOCHET. The news will arrive for CoD: Warzone and also for CoD: Vanguard.

According to the developers, the RICOCHET anti-cheat system comes with a kernel level driver on PC that uses monitoring and analysis tools to identify cheating and investigation processes to eliminate cheaters from games.

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The new driver will monitor and report on other apps that try to interact with the game, which will allow RICOCHET Anti-Cheat to determine if a machine is using unauthorized processes to manipulate the game.

Also according to the statement from Activision, the new anti-cheat security features of RICOCHET Anti-Cheat will be released in the future for Call of Duty: Vanguard. CoD: Warzone will have the tool introduced later this year in the “Pacific” update.

Therefore, upon arrival RICOCHET, CoD players: Warzone and CoD: Vanguard will be forced to update the game and have the new system on the machine. Otherwise it will not be possible to play online.

A The developer claims that the new driver has been properly tested to ensure system stability on a wide variety of PCs, and that the system will continue to receive updates and improvements after its official release.

“We are dedicated and determined to develop the RICOCHET Anti-Cheat System over time, fighting alongside the community against those who try to spoil our gaming experience,” Activision said in the statement.

As complaints made by players will continue to be a critical element. in all anti-cheating measures, so it’s important that players continue to report suspicious behavior they encounter online.

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