Call of Duty’s anti-cheating bans are now visible in the kill feed
Hackers have gained an unfair advantage over the years in Call of Duty games, which is a source of frustration for those who play Warzone or Modern Warfare 2.
The teams responsible for the anti-cheat mechanisms continue to tweak Ricochet to keep cheaters out of the game. Warzone claims that despite a recent wave of bans, they have noticed an influx in cheating.
Activision’s latest update clarifies cheating in matches by modifying the kill feed.
Call of Duty kill notifications for anti-cheat.
Call of Duty developers revealed that in addition to the Season 5 Patch Notes they have also published the Kill Feed, which will notify players when Ricochet has taken down a hacker.
Several players responded to the comments and gave their approval for this new innovation. A player commented: “It’s encouraging to learn that! It’s a nice change. One adds, “This season has so far been a win!”
Some players are skeptical. One player argues: “That would be cool, but only if the system did an adequate job in detecting the threat.”
Although the inclusion of shadowbans due to false reporting is an improvement, many players still express their frustration. A player asked, “Still not a fix for shadowbans? Another player claimed that he was permanently banned without reason.
Why some players cannot overturn shadowbans is unclear. We hope Ricochet will do something to stop legitimate players from being punished, and not those who are using various techniques to ruin Warzone or Modern Warfare 2 games.
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