Valorant Vanguard cracks down on 2 major cheat dealers, over 4,500 users also lose their money. A recent thread on Reddit has confirmed that 2 major cheat providers have been struck down by Vanguard. Read more about all the details about it.
Vanguard, Riot Games’ anti-cheat software has struck gold yet again. This software is what Valorant uses to detect those who compromise the integrity of the game. Players use a host of hacks and cheats like wall hacks & aimbots to get an edge over their opponents. In general, competitive shooters have a lot of such ways to gain an advantage. Valorant’s Vanguard is one of the nest in-game software to detect and block such abusers.
Vanguard is efficient in detecting & giving out permanent bans to those who employ such hacks. Back in December, Vanguard took down multiple cheaters, and since then, the number of such incidents have gone down. Yet, Valorant isn’t completely free of hackers and cheaters. However, earlier today, a Reddit user has revealed some very positive information.
In the post by a reddit user named AnticheatPD, the user reveals that Riot Games’ Vanguard is doing an impressive job.
4,500+ users & 2 cheat providers caught by Valorant’s Vanguard
According to @AnticheatPD, Vanguard has been active this month. The user has confirmed that 2 major cheat providers, giving hacks to over 4,500 people have been detected and banned. Apparently, the user took things a step further by infiltrating their private discord servers. He also gives a shout out to the Vanguard team for efficiently doing their job.
You can check out the post on reddit here.
The user also says that each of these 4,500+ users have lost anywhere between $90-$600 worth of cheat subscriptions. According to him, many of the users are in literal tears over this crack down. The post also includes screenshots of the latest set of bans, and some of the old ones too.