GamesCall of Duty now makes cheaters' weapons vanish

Call of Duty now makes cheaters’ weapons vanish


Call of Duty is such a huge series that it faces a never-ending war against cheaters. In recent times this has led to the creation of its proprietary Ricochet software, a kernel-level anti-cheat (opens in new tab) that runs across all its games.

A new blog post from the Ricochet developers (opens in new tab) summarises the team’s findings since launch, and outlines some of the major anti-cheating measures they’ve put in place. Since Ricochet launched last year, “we’ve seen both significant drops in cheaters invading our games as well as some unfortunate increases—an expected ebb and flow that is a frustrating reality in game security.”

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