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Warzone cheats seem to be getting a damaging surprise

There was another development in the ongoing war between Battlefield fraud and anti-cheat Ricochet by Activision Blizzard. It seems that the users of aimbots, the program that allows you to lock on to enemies and take them down without worrying about being shot, are having Damage drops significantly mid-game.

While we have previously reported that some cheaters have begins to bypass the protections originally added to the game through the Ricochet implementation, this damage nerf seems to have been surreptitiously added in a small update last Friday.


For a visual representation of how it works, currently Warzone Reddit top posts shows that such a fraudster falls victim to this adaptation of anti-fraud. You can see that as they continue to dump a full magazine on other players, without missing a single bullet or jumping around, the damage will gradually decrease. After nearly forty hits, they barely penetrated their armor.

So how do cheaters react? Well, via screenshot from CharlieIntel’s report on this topic showing such a cheat provider explains that since the damage rate is on the backend, there isn’t a huge amount they can do to completely fix it. Instead, this cheat provider recommends an accuracy slider that will take down aimbot in the hopes of being able to topple the nerfs. We’ve included this screenshot from CharlieIntel below:


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So what does this mean for an honest, honest Warzone player? It’s absolutely a win, and any inconvenience forced upon those who want to spoil the experience for the rest of us is worth celebrating. Sadly, this doesn’t affect some of the other shady cheats, such as the wall hack that have also been popular in the game for a while.

However, it lends credence to Ricochet’s original claim of anti-cheat mission as an ongoing, evolving thorn in the side of cheaters and fraud vendors. Like before, we can just sit back and hope for more updates like this.

For more information on Warzone, check out our range of The Attack on Titan Pack was recently added to Warzone. In broader Activision Blizzard news, Lego has delayed the Overwatch 2 set while reviewing its relationship with the company.

Activision Blizzard, the publisher of Call of Duty: Warzone, is currently a sexual assault lawsuit filed by the State of California. Due to undiscovered problems at the company, consolidation efforts have been made by employees, although a corporate executive tried to thwart these efforts.

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