Call of Duty Vanguard beta maybe in its final hours, but players are already catching participants cheating in the game.
Video evidence of players using wallhacks and other cheat systems have popped up online on the game subreddit’s page, and on social media. If there are any questions about the new anti-cheat system, it’s just not available yet. It’s supposed to be available on the launch day. You can check out the tweet below:
Players who are caught cheating in any Call of Duty game will end up with Hardware ID Ban as well as an account ban. What this means is the players can’t play from their PCs or consoles which will be permanently banned from connecting to servers. In a recent crackdown that saw over 100,000 accounts banned, Activision said: “Cheating has always been against the rules in Call of Duty Warzone. We just banned 100,000 cheaters. That’s a lot of pissed off cheaters”.
Before the beta even went live a number of details about Call of Duty Vanguard leaked online. Such as names of the campaign missions, multiplayer maps, game modes, killstreaks, and more. It includes the names of nine campaign missions such as locations like Stalingrad, what is thought to be a full list of all 20 multiplayer (if you don’t count the Zombies and Campion Hill maps) maps, including three World at War map remakes.