Ricochet will be a kernel-level anti-cheat system that will keep the game clean in both Warzone and Vanguard.
Warzone has been a playground for scammers since 2020, and until now Blizzard Activision has been unable to take real action against them. Ricochet’s anti-cheat system, due out in November, may be the answer, promising a cleaner and fairer game. The core of the kernel level system is to block cheaters before they even have a chance to play, so promise to pre-screen players from here.
This new system will have two layers of protection mechanisms, so it will protect users on the server side on one side and on the server side on the other. The latter, of course, is quite controversial, as was the case with the famous Riot Game, Valorant, but there he managed to find an effective solution to curb fraudsters, and Warzone needs such a system more than ever.
Since it’s built directly into Warzone, it will only run when it’s the game itself. The update, which brings with it the Pacific landscape and thus the basics of the anti-cheat system, will arrive on November 5, but full kernel-level protection will not be integrated until later.
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