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Earlier this month the developer pledged to operate a “zero tolerance” policy on players who use aimbots, wallhacks and similar cheats with the deployment of dedicated security updates.
This week the first of those measures will be added to Modern Warfare and Warzone.
Players who report suspected cheaters will receive confirmation in-game when a player is banned, Infinity Ward said on Tuesday.
In addition, matchmaking has been updated to match suspected cheaters together, plus Infinity Ward says it’s deployed “additional dedicated security updates” and increased resources across its backend teams.
“Coming soon” is report-a-player functionality in the killcam and spectator screens, it said.
“We take all forms of cheating very seriously, maintaining a level and fair playing field for everyone is among our highest priorities,” the publisher said.
“We have been enforcing account bans since Day 1 of Warzone’s release.”
Call of Duty Warzone has attracted over 50 million players since releasing on March 10, according to Activision.