Activision is finally taking more steps to make Call Of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare a more enjoyable experience in regards to cheaters.
Firstly, they’ll begin to alert players who report suspected cheaters when someone has been banned due to their report. They’re also putting more security in place to ensure that cheaters have a harder time using their hacks.
The biggest update is that they’ll start matchmaking suspected cheaters together, which could be a good thing, but it’ll also lead to an increased amount of reports being made.
Report-a-player functionality is also coming soon to both Killcam and spectate modes, so players can report suspected cheaters as soon as they’re killed.
FULL ANTI-CHEAT UPDATES BELOW:
Starting this week:
Players in Warzone and Modern Warfare who report suspected cheaters will receive confirmation in-game when a player is banned
Deployed additional dedicated security updates
Updated matchmaking to match suspected cheaters together
Increased resoucres across backend tech, studio and enforcement teams
Report-a-player functionality to killcam and spectate modes