The ongoing battle between Call of Duty cheaters and the game's developers has taken yet another interesting turn.
In a blog post on the Call of Duty website, the devs revealed they had made an update to its Ricochet anti-cheat system which makes regular players invisible to those employing hacks. This, obviously, gives people playing by the rules a substantial advantage over those cheating.
This also comes in the wake of the developers previously implementing 'Damage Shield' which made regular players immune from damage from hackers.
"After a period of examining how these updates are functioning with today’s global rollout, they will also be applied to the driver for Warzone to bring parity for anti-cheat drivers across both titles," the devs wrote.
"This is a necessary step when making significant updates to our anti-cheat system and to minimize any issues players may encounter."
Furthermore, another 54,000 cheaters have been banned from Call of Duty since the middle of March.