Activision has announced that from now on all Call of Duty games will run on a new anti-cheat system.

More precisely, the system itself is the same, Ricochet, but it received a large-scale update that added AI elements to the software core. From now on, anti-cheat will self-learn and more quickly identify users who play Call of Duty with prohibited software. The AI ​​will analyze their behavior and send a report to the moderator, who will decide whether to ban them.

In other words, a certain human factor is still present when passing judgment, but the further, the more Call of Duty developers will replace manual labor with automatic ones. However, it is not yet clear how effective such a solution will be in terms of cleaning servers from unscrupulous users.


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