CoD: Vanguard, the next shooter game coming from Activision Blizzard, is set to surprise the fans of CoD: Warzone. After shooting and destroying the train after 13 minutes of a fierce gunfight straight leading to the official trailer reveal of CoD: Vanguard, the developer confirmed that it is also focusing on creating a better anti-cheat for its product, which will also be accessible for its Battle Royale counterpart, CoD: Warzone.
Previously, Influencers have revealed that a new anti-cheat is in the works for the new game developed by Sledgehammer Games. The battle royale sensation CoD: Warzone will inherit the anti-cheat. Raven Software has revealed that.
Cheaters have been the sole reason why most PC players are departing from the game, shrinking the player base like never before. Below you can find the official tweet by Raven Software, in which the company confirms the implementation of the anti-cheat in CoD: Warzone with the release of Vanguard.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) August 19, 2021
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