Killcam & Spectate reporting functionality will go live this week in #Warzone and #ModernWarfare, adding another way for players to report suspected cheats. We have zero tolerance for cheaters.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 28, 2020
Now when you get killed unfairly in a Modern Warfare or Warzone match, you can use your killcam to report that player. Similarly, if you just joined a match or are fine-tuning your loadout, you can use the spectate function to report players who may be racking up seemingly impossible kills. This new anti-cheat update will arrive in both Call of Duty games on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One sometime this week.
The anti-cheat update isn’t the only way Infinity Ward has been dealing with problem players. The studio has opted to put cheaters in matches together as a way to combat the rampant issue. This is in addition to the “additional dedicated security updates” Infinity Ward promised to prevent cheaters. Not including Modern Warfare, Infinity Ward has already banned more than 70,000 cheaters from Warzone.
In other Call of Duty news, a bunch of changes are coming to both games sometime this week. This includes a new Gunsmith update, double XP and playlist adjustments, an additional Warzone contract type, and more. Infinity Ward has so far only previewed the patch notes for update, which will be split in two this time around.