The popular streamer Dr Disrespect has shared his scepticism on Call Of Duty: Warzone‘s new anti-cheat software.
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Last week (October 13) Activision announced its brand new Richochet Anti-Cheat Initiative for Call Of Duty: Warzone and the upcoming title Call Of Duty: Vanguard. Richochet is “a robust anti-cheat system supported by a team of dedicated professionals focused on fighting unfair play” and features new server-side tools that will monitor analytics to identify cheating and more.
Following the announcement, Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm recently spoke about the news on his YouTube stream – as spotted by Dexerto – saying that he thinks the Richochet Anti-Cheat software is part of a “PR Play”.
“What do you think the chances [are] that their anti-cheat software is actually going to be successful? There is a part of me that [thinks] it’s a PR play. Fingers crossed right, fingers crossed,” he said on his October 15 stream after quitting Warzone following a crash.
“I mean this game literally feels like a mobile game now,” Dr Disrespect added.
Back in August, Dr Disrespect announced that he is launching his own game development studio, saying that he is “Looking for a Studio Head that’s going to change the game”. The unnamed studio will be partnering with a select list of influencers in order to launch their “dream gaming title”.
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