Warzone 2 players are urging developers to copy Escape from Tarkov’s ruthless anti-cheat policy


Warzone 2 players want to escape from cheaters.

The Warzone franchise’s problems with cheaters have been no secret over the past few years, with the CoD battle royale suffering tremendously in its first eighteen months. That changed somewhat with the introduction of RICOCHET Anti-Cheat, which dropped as part of Warzone 2 when the BR sequel came out in late 2022.

Despite this, gamers still encounter cheaters with a frustrating frequency, and with a new anti-cheat policy being enacted by the developers of Escape From Tarkov, they’ve called on Activision to follow suit.

The demands were outlined on March 7 by a player who said he wishes Activision’s developers had the same guts as EFT’s. Attached was a screenshot showing that EFT developers recently banned and doxxed nearly 7,000 scammers.

Warzone 2’s cheating issues are certainly better than its battle royale predecessor, but as any gamer will tell you, there’s nothing more frustrating than being eliminated by someone who’s clearly not playing fair.

Some respondents pointed out that Escape From Tarkov suffered greatly from the spread of cheaters. “The Wiggle That Killed Tarkov” in particular was a major problem for Battlestate Games to overcome – pushing them to adopt a ruthless anti-cheat policy in an attempt to clean up their title.

Regardless, Warzone 2 players continue to make clear their desire for a more robust anti-cheat policy that hits hard on those who ruin the game for others. We hope to see even more progress with Season 2 Reloaded and beyond.

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Isaiah Colbert

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