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Call of Duty scammers may be banned from all “past, present, future” entries

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Call of Duty is a significant anti-cheat effort as kernel-level anti-cheat Ricoche updates its permanent ban policy in December to include all past and future Call of Duty games. We are strengthening. Yes, now if you get a permanent stop, you may be forbidden to play future games in the series.

New Call of Duty blog post, The Ricochet anti-cheat team announced in December that they are preparing to provide kernel-level drivers along with the Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific update. As part of the policy update, the team has announced that permanent outages will be more serious.

Call of Duty: Vanguard Roadmap Screenshot

“Permanent outages due to security breaches may apply to the entire franchise, including past, present and future titles of the Call of Duty franchise, not just Call of Duty: Vanguard,” the blog post said. I am.

The Ricochet team can issue a permanent outage for “extreme or repeated violations of security policies” and “attempts to hide, disguise, or hide IDs or hardware device IDs” There is sex.

Cheating in the popular Call of Duty: Warzone battle royale game is a serious problem, and Activision is pulling pages out of Riot’s book by introducing kernel-level defenses. Despite some potential security concerns, kernel-level anti-cheat like Riot’s Vanguard has proven to be effective and popular.

Activision is even trying to prevent serious criminals from attempting cheating with the new policy. In particular, it may prevent scammers from playing past or present Call of Duty games.

For more information, check out IGN’s review of Call of Duty: Vanguard, or check out Warzone’s upcoming Pacific updates, including new maps.

Matt TM Kim is a news editor at IGN.You can reach him @lawoftd..