Valve Releases New Anti-Cheat Program For FPS, CS:GO Games

GridGames.ID – With the aim of reducing cheating behavior or using cheat applications in a video game, Valve has released a new Anti-Cheat option.

The latest Anti-Cheat program is intended for the FPS game Counter Strike: Global Offensive aka CS: GO called “Trusted Launch”.

For now, the program is still in beta and works with the VAC (Valve Anti-Cheat) system.

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As we already know, CS:GO was released back in 2012 and has evolved over the years.

Couter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO).


Couter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO).

The most significant seems to have happened in the 2022 update, when the game became free to play.

This triggers a lot of cheaters or cheaters who spoil the fun for players who play the right way.

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Back to talking about Trusted Launch, this program works to monitor files and process interactions while playing games.

If nothing is detected as an error, players will not notice any difference in the CS:GO gameplay.

On the other hand, if Trusted Launch detects any unauthorized third-party programs or cheats, players will receive a warning message.

Anti-Cheat Valve


Anti-Cheat Valve

The cool thing is, players can ignore the message, but they can’t join the VAC-Secure server because their access will be blocked.

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A similar feature already exists in VALORANT, where the “Vanguard” system will operate at the kernel level or in simple terms, directly enter the system to check running files.

So, what do you think about the anti-cheat system now available?

Is it worth it or just a waste of available memory usage? Write your opinion in the comments column, yes!


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