Call of Duty RICOCHET anti-cheat to introduce trusted matchmaking for Warzone & Vanguard
New information regarding Warzone’s RICOCHET anti-cheat has revealed plans to introduce trusted matchmaking.
Warzone‘s new anti-cheat system called RICOCHET has been trending a lot recently since more information was revealed.
Popular Warzone YouTuber’s and streamers were invited to a briefing of Raven Software and Activision’s, which provided new details about RICOCHET.
One of these new details is about trusted matchmaking, which could drastically improve player experience.
RICOCHET is set to land in Call of Duty: Warzone once the game has integrated with Vanguard, which releases November 5.
Cheaters and hackers in Warzone have been a severe problem for some time now, with some famous Warzone players like NICKMERCS even leaving for Apex Legends because of it.
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The fact that players now have a new anti-cheat to look forward to is excellent, especially as RICOCHET is promising, as it looks to stop as many cheaters and hackers as possible.
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RICOCHET anti-cheat trusted matchmaking
One of the RICOCHET anti-cheat features revealed by the developers is called trusted matchmaking, which will potentially reduce the number of hackers in legitimate players’ games drastically.
Trusted matchmaking is RICOCHET collecting data from players and placing them in “trusted” and “untrusted” player pools. If this works, this will place hackers in lobbies with other hackers and legitimate players with those alike.
Further, Activision has also confirmed that even if players are in the “trusted” pool, they will still be monitored and moved to “untrusted” if there’s any suspicious activity, as no player will be immune to the anti-cheats initiatives.
There is plenty of hope in the Call of Duty community that features like trusted matchmaking will allow the RICOCHET anti-cheat system to make hacking extremely difficult for cheaters in Warzone and Vanguard, and while it will never be 100% effective should make the appearance of hackers in lobbies much rarer than currently.
That’s all for the trusted matchmaking in Warzone’s upcoming RICOCHET anti-cheat in what is one of the system’s exciting features to combat hackers.
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Image Credits: Raven Software / Activision