Call of Duty: Vanguard will be released in early November.
In the past few weeks, not only the players in the battle royal shooter “Call of Duty: Warzone” suffered from the fact that Activision and the developers did not use effective anti-cheat technology.
Occasionally cheaters and hackers also managed to sneak into the multiplayer beta of the upcoming “Call of Duty: Vanguards” and spoil the fun for the honest players. After a not to be underestimated number of players as well as various prominent streamers turned away from “Call of Duty: Warzone” in the recent past, Activision has now vowed improvement and promised in a recent statement to intensify the fight against cheaters and hackers.
Responsible people admit mistakes
In a corresponding message that was circulated on the official Twitter channel, those responsible pointed out that they love video games as much as the consumers themselves. And even if you have certainly not done everything right in the past, you can Activision and the various developer studios behind the “Call of Duty” series are about providing players with a gripping and, above all, fair gaming experience. Cheaters and fraudsters, on the other hand, spoil the fun for the entire community, according to Activision’s official statement.
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In order to guarantee fair gameplay in the long term, Activision and the developers want to intensify the fight against hackers and fraudsters and have promised that a zero tolerance policy will be followed in this regard: “There is no tolerance for cheaters, and soon you will know what we are mean. ”Since another tweet pointed out that“ they will see each other today ”, it is speculated that“ Call of Duty: Warzone ”will be provided with the support of a hopefully effective anti-cheat technology in the course of this Wednesday will.
This could then also be available in time for the launch of “Call of Duty: Vanguard” on November 5, 2021. Activision has not yet gone into any more detail in this regard.
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— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) October 12, 2021
Above Mentioned Game: Call of Duty Warzone, Call of Duty: Vanguard.
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