The new installment of the saga has reached the market. Call of Duty: Vanguard has been released alongside a renewed anti-trap system, a battle that all multiplayer video game companies have to fight. Ricochet, the aforementioned anti-cheater system, has published a statement warning surfers: they will expel offenders in Vanguard and in any of the previous and future titles.
The new security policy contemplates penalties against players who violate the rules. “This can end with a permanent suspension of all accounts. Additionally, any attempt to hide your identity or the identity of your hardware devices can lead to permanent expulsion”. And they point out: “Permanent suspensions for security breaches can now be applied to the entire series, which includes Call of Duty: Vanguard, as well as past, present and future titles.”
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The collaboration of the players, essential
The Ricochet team ensures that are coordinating with Sledgehammer Games to solve exploits related to obtaining XP and unlocks. On the other hand, they ask for the collaboration of the players when sending notifications when an incident occurs. These aids allow developers to identify and confirm the actions of cheaters, collect “valuable information about their behavior” and prioritize efforts on specific problems.
Less than a month after the launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard, Ricochet has announced more frequent waves of kickbacks, targeting crippling access to cheaters and account sellers. They also announce that in the December update Call of Duty: Warzone will add a kernel-level driver, which will come to Vanguard later.
Call of Duty: Vanguard is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC, just like Warzone, the battle royale title free-to-play, now run by Raven Software.
Source | Ricochet