Infinity Ward has decided to connect the most satisfying piece of the puzzle when it comes to cheating. Putting cheaters between each other in matches is probably the best you could ever do to, rationally looking, bring justice in the online gaming. Especially in Warzone, the impressive Battle Royale experience that is, in fact, the newest game mode in Modern Warfare.
How would this work? Well, similar to CS: GO and their “suspect project,” if a reported player is banned, those who have opted to report will receive a confirmation of the offending player being banned. The game’s matchmaking algorithm will further judge his offense by setting him up in a fight against other cheaters for exotic entertainment.
This was announced on Infinity Ward’s official Twitter profile today.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 22, 2020
After the enormous backlash caused by the fans regarding the increased amount of cheaters in Modern Warfare, the offenders will now be severely punished. Infinity Ward has banned over 70,000 cheaters so far, inducing on an ever enhancing anti-cheat measure.