The long-awaited cheating update for Call of Duty: War Zone is here.
Call of Duty: War Zone Developer Infinity Ward outlined many steps taken to solve the cheating problem in the free game mode.
There are a few main details Update of Infinite Ward It is worth emphasizing. First, if the player you reported is banned, the game will now notify you. Although there is no more powerful reporting tool to enter Warzone, you can go to the "Recent Players" list and report here.
A simpler and more direct method of reporting through killcam and audience views is coming, but Infinity Ward does say when, except for "soon."
Another great and frankly interesting change is that suspected cheaters can now be grouped together in their own games. As part of these efforts, Infinity Ward stated that it deployed "other dedicated security updates," although it did not specify what this actually meant.
In any case, developers seem to be taking this seriously, and now more resources have been allocated to the back-end and execution teams, so it is expected to help the number of reports.
The developer previously revealed that more than 70,000 cheaters were banned. Players who continue to struggle for this problem have come up with a good solution involving the income of the cheaters.