Valorant’s Vanguard Anti-Cheat Blocks Other Apps Instead of Hackers
Is Valorant’s Vanguard anti-cheat working? Furious for the occurrence, I’ve managed to play with a cheater, whos aimbot dominated everyone, even though honestly speaking, he didn’t even know how to move correctly. Headshots everywhere, insane flicks, and whatnot. More about it, we’ll talk below, but now, the big question. Why do the Vanguard anti-cheat block Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion and messes my designated ambient, instead of blocking hackers in the game?
Well, we’ll have to ask Riot Games publicly, is the Vanguard anti-cheat reliable of its service? With an anti-cheat and driver running at the Kernel level, is it hard to discover hackers and allow them to play multiple matches before they get banned? Well, Valorant was the most exciting title for me for the time being, but these issues are slowly making me consider a departure.
Now that the ranked matchmaking is close to release, would you believe that the ranks will be delivered appropriately? What if these very same hackers abuse the ranking system just as they do in CS: GO. One of the reasons I stopped playing CS: GO and started playing Valorant.
Is this a fair question an ordinary player should endure? The reason why I am writing this is that I played with one of them, as I said above, which aimbot was very hard to hide. After accusing him of his dishonesty and cheating, he then turned and told us all that we need to learn how to play the game. His awareness was also on another level, knowing the position of everyone, so he could get on from behind and one-tap them easier.
So, Riot Games, are we finally going to see Valorant’s Vanguard anti-cheat in action? I think it’s already too late, and you need to step up your game, and instead of blocking Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion, exile the cheaters out of honest player’s ways.
Broke two RGB programs, one from G.Skill and one from ASRock that now won’t reinstall. Thanks Riot!