BY JAMES SCOTT/ AUG 1, 2023

The Anti-Cheat System of Call of Duty Banned 14,000 Players in Just One Day

Richochet, the anti-cheat software used in Call of Duty, was recently shown to have successfully blacklisted more than 14,000 cheats in a single day, according to a recent announcement made by Activision through its official social media channels.

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This news comes after introducing brand-new features that target cheaters and make it more difficult for them to cheat in games like Warzone and Modern Warfare II.

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According to the post that was announced on Twitter, new detections are "directly targeting cheat developers at the source."

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Activision has been on a killing spree in recent weeks, initiating attacks against cheat developers and delivering legal notices against them. As a result, a number of the more bothersome platforms have been successfully shut down.

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The situation is improving but is far from ideal — which is true in every aspect. Recently, it was claimed that numerous lobbies on the PC version of Modern Warfare 2 (2009) were infected with a harmful virus spreading through users' computers just by joining such lobbies.

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This claim was made about the game's multiplayer component. Activision remedied the situation by taking the servers offline to resolve the problem.

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