Call of Duty: Warzone has witnessed its fair share of hackers since launch. For a while, the free-to-play battle royale largely relied on manual ban waves to take out cheaters. However, since then, the developer has implemented a more robust anti-cheat program, and it looks like it's been upgraded.
As spotted by NYSL Mavriq on Twitter, hackers are running into their own set of problems. It appears that when a known cheater is flagged by the anti-cheat system, their targets turn invisible, rendering the hack useless. Take that, cheaters!
We have to say, this is quite an amusing way to ruin a hacker's day. Of course, we hope that they're subsequently banned and booted off the game entirely, but this is one way to provide some immediate gratification for us all.
Have you noticed an improvement in Warzone since the Ricochet anti-cheat was added? Let us know in the comments.