10/12/2021 6:13 pm
Being one of the most successful franchises in the video game industry, Call of duty suffers from a huge number of cheaters who seek to ruin the gaming experience of other users. This became much more prominent with Warzone, but it seems that its authors finally took this problem seriously.
In case you don’t know Call of Duty: Vanguard will debut alongside a new anti-cheat system next November 5th, but before that, Activision announced that tomorrow, October 13, we will have new details about this system.
In social networks, the company published a statement in which they assure that they “will not tolerate” hackers, and here you can read it in full:
We love games. It is our passion.
We are honored to create games for the best fans in the world.
We don’t always get it right, but we are committed to doing our best.
Cheating spoils the fun for everyone.
Nobody likes cheats.
Our goal is to offer a fair and fun gaming experience for everyone.
For our developers.
For our fans.
But above all, for Call of Duty players around the world.
Cheaters are not welcome here. There is no tolerance for cheaters and they will soon know what we mean. “
Recall that shortly after the launch of Vanguard, a new map of the Pacific will replace Verdansk on Call of Duty: Warzone, so we will not only have a new anti-cheat system, but also a new map, weapons and more.
Editor’s note: The truth is that, since always, Activision has promised that they will finally be taking action against hackers. Yes, we know that they have been blocking hundreds of thousands of cheaters lately, but I hope this new technology will put an end to them once and for all.
Via: Call of duty