COD Activision wants to punish Cheater best forever and eternally

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ACTIVISION wants to drive up really heavy guns in the fight against Cheaters in Call of Duty: The publisher intends to banish stubborn screens not only for a game, but right for the entire franchise.

Cheaters should go to the collar in Call of Duty (once again): Activision plans a so far unprecedented spell, which should pretend to ban gums equal to access to all games of the series — this should affect even games that are currently in place Not published.

Call of Duty: Cheaters should be locked for future games

A cross-game spell for the entire call-of-duty franchise is Activision s latest measure to meet the cheater problem in the shooter series. It should be implemented as part of the RICOCHET anti-cheat initiative. This system is expected to go online entirely in December, but some server updates have been introduced at the beginning of November. (Source: Call of Duty)

In Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: War zone is to help Ricochet to make life as difficult as possible as chatterers. A Lifelong lock for future and already published games should be pronounced for particularly serious cheat attempts and repetitions. The serious offenses include identity cases, bypassing safety measures and organizing group ratings.

Activision: Are locking for overall COD franchise possible?

From the previous announcements, it can not be clearly saying how Activity wants to prevail a spell across multiple call-of-duty games. Currently, the publisher uses a hardware lock for particularly stubborn cases, which is more difficult to work around as a mere account spell. However, this measure can be tricked. (Source: gamer)

In any case, the announcement of a lock for all future COD games hopefully some cheaters will bring to think twice about their cheating. How effective the new RICOCHET initiative in Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: War zone will be, but only has to show.

Take a look at the official story trailer for Call of Duty: Vanguard:

Activision wants to take cheaters in Call of Duty the desire for cheating and threatens to include a lock for the entire franchise — future games. The measure should enter into force as part of the new RICOCHET initiative.

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