Halo Infinite has captivated fans and pros around the globe, with Shroud and Dr Disrepect being some of the shooter's biggest supporters. And while it's still fresh, people are already distressed by the thought of cheaters invading the Microsoft title.
Dr Disrespect especially is hoping that the cyber franchise doesn't suffer this fate. Detailed in a Tweet by the streamer, he has asked Microsoft to appease these concerns.
"Cheating In Halo Is A Scary Thing" - Dr Disrespect Is Concerned About "Hackusations" In Halo Infinite
Dr Disrespect really likes Halo Infinite and hopes these "hackusations" don't plague Halo Infinite.
The pro streamer noted Warzone as an example where cheaters have become more apparent. Despite the Call of Duty mode releasing early last year, it's taken Activision all this time to develop its anti-cheat system, Ricochet, with its launch set for next week in Warzone.
Halo Infinite currently has a 2-step download process to weed out cheaters but, I believe 343 Industries should do more to strengthen this filter.
Warzone's cheaters really hindered the experience and it would be a shame for that to happen with Halo Infinite, especially after its successful launch.
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