Infinity Ward has now outlined new measures to combat the impact of cheaters, recently rolled out to Warzone and sister title, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. So, cheaters will be competing against each other and not with honest players.
Reporting players in Warzone is a little long-winded.
Infinity Ward announced additional measures this week against cheaters.
Infinity Ward's decision to throw suspected cheaters into matches together is a great idea, especially given that it's already had to ban over 70,000 players for cheating.
Beginning this week, players that have reported suspected cheaters in-game, "will receive confirmation when a player is banned".
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The option to report cheaters while on the killcam or spectating is coming soon, Infinity Ward has confirmed. The most interesting is that all players suspected of cheating will be paired with each other.
Players can cheat many ways in "Warzone", including boosting weapon stats or purchasing hacks from third-party developers that claim to unlock extra loot.
According to a social media post by Infinity Ward, the new matchmaking and notification system will start rolling out this week onwards.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and its standalone spin-off Call of Duty: Warzone have just got anti-cheat updates which, along with some "additional dedicated security" measures, bring a big change to both the FPS game's and battle royale game's matchmaking.
This will surely be a welcome relief for players, particularly given Warzone's been facing some problems with cheaters since its release last month.