Call of Duty: Warzone counteracts scammers by significantly reducing their damage output in the middle of the game.
As reported by VG247, it looks like Call of Duty: Warzone developer Raven Software has found a new way to fight cheaters in the battle royale game.
This is apparently a new initiative from Raven Software designed to fight scammers in Warzone battles. Although cheaters who use aimbots will always lock themselves in to their targets, no matter what, it is technically a way to allow the cheater to function while nullifying its true effectiveness.
Ricochet Anti-Cheat W. Ran across a cheater that couldn't kill me because his bullets weren't registering. Watch my health while I'm fighting it made it seem like I was getting FRIED. pic.twitter.com/3hfvkFXIzG
— NRG JoeWo (@AverageJoeWo) January 17, 2022
According to a new report from CharlieIntel, there is really little that cheaters can do to counteract these actions by Raven Software, which are undoubtedly music to the ears of Warzone players. While the business reports that a cheater is proposing to reduce the aimbot to avoid detection, there is no evidence that this measure will actually work.
It’s all happening towards the big Ricochet anti-cheat software launch in Warzone last year. Although Raven claimed that the software would cut down on the number of scammers, some still found a way to get through the net. Maybe this new initiative from the developer will really hit the cheat community where it hurts.