Activision announced a new anti-fraud measure for Call of Duty: Vanguard that is sure to frustrate cheaters and give others a good laugh.
The company announced in a blog post that a new feature called “cloaking” will serve as a fun method to expose and punish cheaters by making them invisible to other players during matches. However, others in the match can still see the cheater, allowing them the opportunity to inflict multiple in-game punishments on the helpless scoundrel. Giving the community a chance to get cashback from organic wells is an exciting move and one that is sure to bring some great fun.
In addition to the concealment, Activision also shared that “any security enforcement measures that result in a ban on players will be reflected in the rankings for each title.” In other words, anyone found to be cheating will be removed and unable to appear on the global leaderboards, addressing the frustration many players experience when cheaters take the top spots. .
The post also pointed out that another 54,000 additional accounts had been banned for fraud – news that comes after another recent wave of bans found and deleted more than 90,000 accounts. Activision hopes this crackdown lets players know they’re taking things seriously, but the company asked players to continue using the game’s reporting system, calling the information “priceless” ” in the ongoing war against those who want to ruin the game for everyone. other.
These heat protection measures are available for Call of Duty: Vanguardand Activision has announced that they will come Battlefield after “the period to check how these updates work”.