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Call of Duty: Warzone cheaters will be matched together

Those suspected of cheating in Call of Duty: Warzone will be placed in the same match, as Infinity Ward implements more measures against Warzone cheaters
Developer Infinity Ward is in a war against Call of Duty: Warzone cheaters. The developer announced earlier this month that they banned over 70,000 Warzone cheaters. Since then, things haven't gotten much better, with console players even turning off cross-play to get away from those on PC who cheat in the game. 

Infinity Ward has now updated fans on the Call of Duty: Warzone cheaters situation, implementing more security measures. Best of all, however, is the developers move to match suspected cheaters together.

Players will also receive a notification if someone they reported for cheating in the game has been found guilty, and dealt with accordingly. 

Additionally, more security updates across the game to prevent cheaters have been deployed, including increased resources for backend tech, and even enforcement teams. 

This comes directly from Infinity Ward on Twitter, with an image showcasing what they are doing in the fight against cheaters.

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The measures by Infinity Ward to combat cheaters (Picture: Infinity Ward)

It remains to be seen if this will turn some gamers away from cheating, or if these measures will be enough to stop cheaters in Call of Duty: Warzone. 

What is clear is Infinity Ward continues to fight against cheaters, and adding report-a-player functionality to both spectate and killcam modes will likely increase player reports when the feature gets released.