The ongoing battle between Activision, Raven Software and the thousands of cheaters that regularly drop into Warzone on a regular basis may be coming to an end in the not-too-distant future, much to the delight of the community that has been looking elsewhere to get their fix of battle royale action.
With the release of Season 5 just around the corner, plenty of Warzone players have grown tired of cheaters negatively impacting the game for those that want to have a smooth experience on the streets of Verdansk and Rebirth Island. On August 11th, Raven Software took to Twitter and released a statement teasing the release of dedicated anti-cheat to combat the problem with full force.
While the statement never directly referenced anti-cheat arriving to Warzone, many were quick to assume that the developers are now going to drastically improve the hacking situation once and for all.
Soon after, ModernWarzone confirmed that an anti-cheat has been in the works for over a year and while the silent treatment from Activision has been annoying, it's great to see that something is being done about one of the few things that are tarnishing Warzone.
Warzone Anti-Cheat Release Date
Raven Software have yet to reveal an exact date as to when anti-cheat will be added into Warzone but notable Call of Duty leaker Tom Henderson has seemingly confirmed that it will arrive alongside the release of COD Vanguard.
Henderson also noted that the Battlefield 2042 Technical Alpha will also include anti-cheat.
With Raven Software saying more information will be arriving "soon," is there a chance that the anti-cheat arrives sooner than Q4? We will have to wait and see. Regardless of timeframe, this news is certainly positive for the battle royale which has been plagued by cheaters for several months.