Warzone: Cheaters win the fight against Ricochet and the community asks Activision for help

It’s definitely time for Call of Duty: Warzone to be replaced by Infinity Ward’s upcoming battle royale with Call of Duty: Warzone 2. As #TeamRICOCHET announced not too long ago that a new day of updates had been implemented, * now the cheats have been more present than ever in the city of Caldera* for a few days. What’s going on? Why are there so many again?


Cheaters are more present than ever in Warzone

While players are doing their best to take advantage of Warzone Season 4 with its many new features, we have sadly seen a significant increase in the number of cheaters, despite a major cleanup by RICOCHET.

The reason for this? Cheat software providers have not hesitated to offer their new software for free to players, and it also seems to have been improved to be able to counter RICOCHET without difficulty. In fact, it is on the Reddit social network that the Warzone community wondered, then sadly noting that cheaters were more than ever back in Battle Royale.

According to some comments, it seems that the last few days have been more alarming than ever in terms of the presence of cheaters in the title, if we are to believe the various testimonies, and it seems that a streamer has declared, always through a Post of Reddit, that a company would not have hesitated to provide newly updated software so that those who decide to go to the dark side would not be detected by RICOCHET.

As a reminder, the anti-cheat system implemented by Activision is software that is implanted in the core of the PC and then scans the player’s files to find or not find cheating software. At the time of writing we don’t know if TeamRICOCHET is going to talk about the current situation or not, but we can hope, not without too much fear, that the developers are already working on a new update sharper than ever, or so we hope.

The presence of cheaters in Warzone is a real issue, and with the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, the fear of cheaters being too present in Infinity Ward’s title is completely normal. However, Activision assured, a few days ago, that the FPS will benefit from RICOCHET, as well as the upcoming Battle Royale Call of Duty: Warzone 2. While this is good news, developers still need to roll up their sleeves because the situation is simply not possible anymore.

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