Modern Warfare 3 cheaters beware, Call of Duty Elite will help Infinity Ward monitor your wrong-doings and you'll be stamped out by a dedicated team.
That's according to Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling, who has gone into a bit more detail about extra efforts made this year to take Call of Duty cheaters to task.
"There's been a lot of work put into it. I can't go into specifics. On a general high level area there's so much more stuff that we've locked down and made less accessible than we had before," he told told GameSpy.
"A lot of stuff that we stripped out, a lot more challenge response things that we're doing... It's about verifying what the code is supposed to be and what the code actually is on the client side, and making sure that those are aligned," he explained.
"It's also about our ability to take action when stuff is wrong so we've done a lot of work in our ability to update the game more quickly and efficiently than we have before.
"A lot of that stuff can be done through Elite that we can review," Bowling added. "Then we have tools to report player stuff in game that players can use, and we'll have entire teams monitoring and taking actions on those."
"That's new for us. A lot of that stuff, the monitoring stuff, a lot of that was introduced in Black Ops but with Elite that is launching with Modern Warfare 3, we're taking that in an all new area, having full teams dedicated solely to that."
As well as boosting its cheat busting measures, Infinity Ward claims to have "re-imagined" Modern Warfare multiplayer.