One of the biggest fears for companies is always linked to cheats and the way in which they come to spoil the experience of other players by introducing a series of advantages for themselves. Or even an occasional obstacle in the path of other players. And sadly, one of the big hitters today is Call of Duty: Warzone, Infinity Ward's hit battle royale
After it became known that the number of cheats increases on PC, many users have taken action on console by eliminating cross play. A measure that, unfortunately, cannot be taken by those who enjoy the title from the computer. But this has not stopped its creators from already announcing the first steps they are going to take to detect cheats.
Improving its security against hackers, the company has announced in a Twitter message the new measures they will take in the battle royale. Starting this week, all players who have carried out some type of suspicious activity will receive an in-game message when banned
But this is not the only measure confirmed by the team, but there will also be changes in the pairing system. Starting this week all hackers will be paired to play together
Finally, it has also been confirmed that they will update the security measures by adding an option to report from the death chamber and even from the spectator mode. One way to ensure that the path of hackers in Warzone is coming to an end.