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Vanguard Forcing Valorant Cheat Developers to Verify Customers Via Video Calls

Valorant’s anti-cheat system, Vanguard, has found itself in the headlines multiple times in the past for a variety of different reasons. While many have criticized the kernel-level anti-cheat system for not being able to catch cheaters properly, it has rapidly improved over the past few months to a point where live bans during games are a common occurrence. 

Furthermore, it seems like Riot’s anti-cheat team has been invading the Discord servers of popular cheat developers to inspect the new sorts of hacks that the cheat makers come up with. This has become a cause of major concern for the cheat devs, since this move by the anti-cheat team would render their hacks useless within a short span of them being put up for sale. 

This has led these cheat developers to perform manual verifications on buyers via video calls. A message from one such Discord server was shared to Twitter by ‘Anti-Cheat Police Department‘. The message shows a cheat dev introducing video call verification for customers buying their cheats. 

Look how desperate these cheat devs are they are trying their absolute best to hide their cheats from @ItsGamerDoc with pay walls and ID verifications these people are struggling hard against the @RiotVanguard team

This is what I love to see for every game, cheaters pushed away pic.twitter.com/enwxwLLO8k

— Anti-Cheat Police Department 🕵️ (@AntiCheatPD) February 4, 2021

While it’s unclear how successful will this move be in keeping the anti-cheat team at bay, the repeated efforts from Riot to keep their competitive shooter free from cheaters are certain to discourage the cheat devs from continuing to do what they do, while simultaneously winning the hearts of millions of Valorant fans worldwide. 

“This is how it should be public cheats completely destroyed and private cheats being hunted down this is absolutely amazing to see,” Anti-Cheat Police Department said in a follow-up Tweet. 

This is how it should be public cheats completely destroyed and private cheats being hunted down this is absolutely amazing to see

— Anti-Cheat Police Department 🕵️ (@AntiCheatPD) February 4, 2021

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