Call of Duty’s Anti-Cheat System Will Be Revealed Tomorrow
The Call of Duty series, being one of the gaming industry’s biggest and most successful franchises, has always suffered from cheaters and hackers ruining the experience for everyone. Thankfully for those who have long been waiting for Activision to do something about this problem, the team behind CoD games previously announced that they are going to launch a major update that includes an all-new anti-cheat system.
Previous reports suggested that Call of Duty: Vanguard will be the first one to feature this much-awaited anti-cheat system when it launches on November 5th, but a tweet from the devs have sent Call of Duty fans to a frenzy after they teased that the system could be out sooner than expected.
“There is no tolerance for cheaters,” Call of Duty devs wrote on social media. “See you tomorrow.”
The devs wrote a message that they addressed to Call of Duty’s cheaters. “Cheating ruins the fun for everyone. No one likes a cheater,” they wrote. “Our goal is to deliver a fun and fair gaming experience for our developers, for our fans, and, most importantly, for Call of Duty players everywhere.”
Call of Duty devs made it clear that “cheaters are not welcome.” “Soon, you will know what we mean,” they continued.
Their message that states “tomorrow,” could mean two things. It could either mean they are giving an update on the status of this much-awaited Call of Duty anti-cheat system, or the game will finally be getting the system tomorrow. Regardless of which of the two it is going to be, Call of Duty fans from all walks of life will welcome any news about the upcoming Vanguard and Warzone anti-cheat system. After all, the next generation of Call of Duty games is about to start, and fans are expecting it to be hack- and cheat-free.