Activision Gives An Update On Call Of Duty Anti-Cheat, Promises More Measures Are Coming

Activision has provided an update on Call of Duty's anti-cheat tool, Ricochet, which was launched in 2021 amid complaints that Warzone has becoming overrun with cheaters.

In a blog post, Activision said cheating within Warzone reached an "all-time low" during the holidays, speaking to the success of the Ricochet tools. However, fighting cheaters is a never-ending project, and Activision acknowledged this in its statement.

"As time has progressed cheat developers have looked for new ways to try to exploit the game. Some have succeeded, many have not. While a recent rise in cheating is not at the level it was during Verdansk, according to our data, any increase is frustrating," Activision said. "Our team is constantly monitoring and will continue every effort to prevent and combat this wherever possible. This back and forth is expected, and while anti-cheat is not a magic bullet, this is a battle we're committed to fighting."

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