Call of Duty: Warzone 2
Furious Warzone players claim RICOCHET devs are on “vacation” as cheaters run rampant
Warzone Pacific players are upset with cheaters ruining matches, and are slamming the anti-cheat measures for being ineffective.
Warzone Pacific players are frustrated about encountering cheaters and are slamming the anti-cheat developers for being on “vacation” while this problem is ruining matches.
Cheaters have been a major nuisance in Warzone, and the developers often quickly respond to this problem by implementing anti-cheat measures as well as removing hackers in ban waves.
While the RICOCHET anti-cheat system has helped rid the game of numerous cheaters, there have been reports of the situation getting worse all of a sudden, and the Warzone community is furious.
Warzone’s RICOCHET anti-cheat system’s kernel-level driver detects software and applications that players use to cheat, allowing the security team to respond quickly. While this is effective in finding hackers, a few still manage to ruin matches.
Reddit user ‘bwash407’ shared a clip in the Warzone Pacific subreddit, and it showed them spectating a player that was instantly locking on to numerous targets at different locations on the map.
This was a clear case of cheating, as the player should not be able to immediately lock on to multiple opponents at that distance. The Redditor sarcastically stated: “RICOCHET must be on vacation this week.”
While RICOCHET helps reduce cheating in the game, a few Warzone players feel that the anti-cheat measures aren’t effective since hackers can still use these kinds of exploits during matches.
One of the commenters claimed that cheaters have been running rampant for the last couple of weeks and appearing in almost every game. As a result, Warzone Pacific is starting to feel “unplayable.”
Another player replied that the most obvious cheaters are the ones that don’t bother to hide. There are others using wall glitches to secure unfair kills while players are unable to retaliate against them.
Top Warzone players are also upset by the current state of the game. Pro player ‘SuperEvan’ spoke out against the recent influx of cheaters, asking if the RICOCHET anti-cheat system had stopped working altogether.
While running into cheaters can be irritating, the Call of Duty developers recently reassured players in a recent progress report that the RICOCHET anti-cheat system will “get smarter and better as time progresses.”
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