Warzone Pacific has been a decent addition to the battle royale, and while we're seeing more content added into the game daily.
With the flurry of new content such as the Whitley LMG, they're now focusing their attention on cheaters once again.
Warzone Cheaters Are Being Nerfed Hard
Cheaters are rather popular within Warzone, and they have been since the game was released over three years ago.
Over the years, Activision-Blizzard has tried to combat them, and more recently, their brand new anti-cheat has been formidable in stopping them.
Now, according to the developers of the anti-cheat, they've been working on another method to stop cheaters from eliminating you during a match.
"One mitigation technique we’ve been testing is something we call Damage Shield. When the server detects a cheater is tampering with the game in real-time, it disables the cheater’s ability to inflict critical damage on other players. This mitigation leaves the cheater vulnerable to real players and allows #TeamRICOCHET to collect information about a cheater’s system."
"This mitigation leaves the cheater vulnerable to real players and allows #TeamRICOCHET to collect information about a cheater's system.
"Some have succeeded, many have not. While a recent rise in cheating is not at the level it was during Verdansk, according to our data, any increase is frustrating. Our team is constantly monitoring and will continue every effort to prevent and combat this wherever possible. This back and forth is expected, and while anti-cheat is not a magic bullet, this is a battle we're committed to fighting."
It'll be interesting to see how this becomes implemented over the coming weeks in Warzone!