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It’s no secret that cheats are one of the biggest problems in Call of Duty: Warzone and more recently Call of Duty: Vanguard. At the end of the day, it will always be annoying to play a game that is already lost from the first minute. Fortunately, Raven Software and Activision did not sit idly by in this situation and recently launched the new RICOCHET anti-cheat system, which appears to be very effective.

The new wave of banning affected thousands of Call of Duty cheaters

Through a post on Twitter, the developers claimed that, in just one day, 48,000 fraudulent accounts of CoD: Warzone Y CoD: Vanguard they received a permanent ban. The tweet explicitly mentioned that it was possible to punish those people thanks to the franchise’s new anticheat.

While a section of the community applauded the studio’s action, other players responded to the tweet to express their displeasure at the decision. Specifically, there are those who report that they received a ban for no apparent reason or that they were punished for taking advantage of minor bugs.

Certainly, people who were punished have reason to be concerned. We must remember that Activision confirmed a few months ago that the banning will apply to all video games in the franchise. In this way, users who, for example, cheated on CoD: Warzone, they will no longer be able to use their accounts on CoD: Vanguard and vice versa.

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Despite the debut of the new anticheat, it is undeniable that cheaters refuse to throw in the towel and are already working on new methods that allow them to bypass the new security system. Likewise, the players of the Battle Royale and the shooter of World War II are still victims of these rogue players.

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Luckily, the RICOCHET system managed to stop the cheater epidemic that had plagued the franchise for a few months. Of course, developers should not lower their guard and will find it necessary to constantly update the driver if they want to keep hackers out of it.

But tell us, do you still usually come across cheaters in games? Let us read you in the comments.

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