Following on from its promise, Activision will release a new anti-cheat for Warzone following the release of Call of Duty: Vanguard.
This anti-cheat system will be called RICOCHET and the developer has provided a couple of details about its operation.
The promised anti-cheat system is on the way and it is software that will use a kernel-level driver on PC. This will allow you to review and handle any type of program that tries to manipulate Call of Duty: Warzone.
The RICOCHET driver will be released first in Warzone along with the arrival of the new Pacific map. This driver will be a mandatory requirement for anyone who wants to play the popular battle royale.
The driver will also be implemented for Call of Duty: Vanguard, but this will happen later.
How does the RICOCHET driver work?
The kernel-level driver will only activate when you launch Call of Duty: Warzone and will turn off once you exit the game. This will help maintain user privacy.
The driver will provide information to the anti-cheat system of all software that tries to manipulate the game while it is running. With this, the RICOCHET team will learn to use the information to detect suspected activity that leads to any type of cheating.
Activision claims that tests have already been carried out with this driver to ensure that a wide range of PCs can run it without affecting game performance.
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