From the very start, Call of Duty: Warzone has made sure to kick out cheaters from the game, permanently. However, Infinity Ward, the studio behind the 150-player battle royale game is going to be more strict with hackers. That is why the studio is deploying additional security updates to make it hard for Call of Duty hackers to ruin the game.
The most exciting thing that Call of Duty: Warzone is doing is launching a new matchmaking system. The new matchmaking system will match suspected cheaters together. So, cheaters will be competing against each other and not with honest players.
This further means that if this system works well, then maybe, all 150-players in a lobby will be cheaters. However, don’t expect that there will be a ranking system for cheaters as well.
Other than that, Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare players who report suspected cheaters will get an in-game notification when a player is banned.
According to a social media post by Infinity Ward, the new matchmaking and notification system will start rolling out this week onwards.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 22, 2020
Finally, COD: Warzone is also working on bringing a Report-A-Player functionality to Killcam and Spectate modes. There’s no confirmation when this function will launch; however, we can expect it roll out soon.
It has been less than two months since Call of Duty: Warzone released, and the studio is already way ahead of PUBG in tackling hackers. As of now, the Infinity ward has banned more than 70,000 cheaters from the game. So, it’s high time that PUBG PC starts taking lessons from Call Of Duty: Warzone.