Call Of Duty’s Ricochet Anti-Cheat Launches Globally For Warzone On PC

Ricochet, the new anti-cheat protocol announced by Activision for its Call of Duty games, has been released globally for Call of Duty: Warzone on the PC.

The software was first tested in the Asia-Pacific region, where the team behind the program were able to stabilize the software and gain data on how cheaters cheat. From there, updates were made in order to release it on PC to everyone playing Warzone.

“The PC kernel-level driver for Ricochet Anti-Cheat is one element of a multi-faceted anti-cheat security initiative,” the official blog post reads, “which also includes game monitoring, server-security updates, account authentication updates, and more.”

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