Call of Duty will have new anti-cheat system

This Wednesday (279), Activision announced “Ricochet “, new anti-cheating system for the franchise Call of Duty. The tool will be applied first in Warzone

    , still in 439, with the Pacific update, and later in the release of Vanguard, in November, but which is already full of cheaters.

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    • According to the developer’s announcement, the mechanics bring extensive security improvements and also map improvements . Ricochet will be integrated into the kernel level driver on the PC, which gives privileged access to monitor and manage software and applications that attempt to access games. The anti-cheat will use machine learning (machine learning) to examine gameplay data on the server and help with identification of suspicious behavior.

      Activision emphasizes that “this security initiative is designed to combat unfair tactics.” You will need to have the kernel level driver installed to play Warzone. Regarding user privacy, the company explains that “the drive is not always active, and its initialization and closing are directly linked to the use of Call of Duty: Warzone. , the driver is only able to monitor itself and report information directly associated with Call of Duty“.

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      The system’s release date has not been released at this time, but Activision promises to inform all players when the time comes. In addition, the studio claims that it has tested the new driver “to ensure system stability on multiple PCs”, and stilla says it is willing to make adjustments to Ricochet after the tool’s release.

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        Call of Duty: Warzone is available for free for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S. Already Call of Duty: Vanguard is paid, it’s on pre-sale (with values ​​between R$ 279 and R$ 279) and arrives on November 5th for the same platforms.

        Editor’s Note: At this time, Activision Blizzard is being investigated for reports of sexual harassment, bullying and misconduct. For more information click here.

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