Call of Duty: Warzone, Destiny, and Warzone are moving to combat cheaters

Both titles are crowded with gamers, making it difficult to have fun.

Activision Blizzard also announced the release of Call of Duty: Vanguard. An update will join it to Call of Duty: Warzone. This popular, free-to-play battle royale will get an update later in the year. The update introduces a “multi-faceted” anti-cheat system. Raven Studios is currently developing a new map, but the system will be compatible with Warzone.

Since Warzone launched in early 2020, cheating has been a problem. However, Activision Blizzard has not succeeded in trying to stop cheaters, especially in ranked matches. Although the company has not yet provided details about how its new system will grow or whether it is being developed internally or licensed, we will likely learn more as we approach the release date.

Destiny 2 has been discontinued by Activision Blizzard. However, Bungie today announced that it would also be adding an anti-cheat feature to its game. It will “soft launch” a partnership agreement with BattlEye when the next season launches. Destiny 2 is plagued with cheaters, just like Warzone. They ruin the experience for those who want to play the game and make it difficult for others to progress. Bungie will likely reveal more details at its next Destiny 2 Showcase on Tuesday, August 24th at noon ET/9 AM PT.


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