Garena‘s mobile battle royale game Free Fire is among the most popular games, with billions of downloads on the Google Play Store. According to sources, Free Fire is to bring updates regarding the new anti-cheat feature to make players invisible to hackers in the game.
Free Fire has very strict policies on using hack and cheat codes in the game. The strictness promotes fair play in the game and bans many accounts that use in-game cheat engines and other software. Garena may be working on a new Free Fire anti-hack program and according to sources, the system could receive an update with a new feature that will make normal players invisible to anyone using a hack.
The new Anti-Cheat system uses a Cloaking feature that makes players invisible to hackers and cheaters
One of these features is known as Cloaking, which will make players appear invisible to anyone cheating in a match. It is important to note that a similar system was recently implemented in COD Mobile. “With Cloaking, players who are detected cheating may find themselves unable to see opposing players during a match. Characters, bullets, and even sounds from authorized players will be unnoticeable to cheaters.“
Garena is regularly working to keep Free Fire free from hackers and cheat code users. To achieve this goal, the developers designed a built-in cheat engine that monitors every player’s activities in the game. This advanced anti-cheat system in the game helps detect hackers and cheaters. The developers also share weekly reports related to Free Fire’s official accounts and include an overall result of banned Free Fire accounts.
Many scammers or hackers use third-party hacking and software sources. Now as a result good players will still have no trouble identifying the hacker, allowing them to “take revenge”, which simply means killing them. Additionally, hackers will not be able to see authorized and clean players, on the other hand, normal users will be able to see and shoot down cheaters.
Note: Apart from that, the developers also launched many new features in the game such as voice chat reporting and a Score system in the latest OB patch updates. Although no announcement has been made about the new system, Garena’s new anti-cheat system should not be ready for the next update, scheduled to take place on May 25.
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