Anti Cheat Ricochet started stealing guns from unscrupulous players in Call

Anti-Cheat Ricochet started stealing guns from unscrupulous players in Call of Duty

Ricochet Anti-Cheat Developer attracted attention Players to another feature of the anti-cheating mechanism introduced in Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard.

    Image Credit: Activision Blizzard

Image Credit: Activision Blizzard

Recall that until recently, Ricochet’s arsenal included the Damage Shield (protects against damage dealt by a cheater) and Disguise (deprives the cheater of the ability to see and hear opponents) functions.

As has become known, the next measure is called “disarmament”. Ricochet can now take weapons from villains up to their own fists: “We have seen this measure in action and the reactions from scammers are always priceless”.

The purpose of building such an embarrassment for cheaters is to keep them in the game for analysis and reduce the impact on honest players. The developers don’t forget about bans either: more than 180,000 accounts in Warzone and Vanguard have been banned since the end of April.

Ricochet will be available at the launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (October 28) and the new iteration of Call of Duty: Warzone (before the end of the year) on PC (, Steam), PS4, PS5 , Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S

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