Since its launch in March 2020, Call of Duty Warzone has attracted cheaters, which has already resulted in the banning of more than 500,000 accounts. A colossal total, which continues to grow since Raven Software has just unveiled the result of two new waves.
Regularly, Raven Software does update on the number of accounts that have been banned on Call of Duty: Warzone, but also on the progress of the fight against cheating.
A complicated subject to broach, because you should never say too much so as not to give the keys to cheaters, but you have to say enough to reassure the players. This week, the developers launched two waves of bans, primarily targeting repeat offenders and leading to the deletion of 50,000 additional accounts.
Has been a while since our last anti-cheat update!
Two #Warzone ban waves this week. Over 50,000 accounts banned combined. 🚫
Targeting repeat offenders, and much more.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) July 16, 2021
If the tools are efficient and the goal is obviously to allow the players to have fun, it seems that some mistakes slip into the waves and suspend legitimate accounts.
When that happens, it’s handled on a case-by-case basis, so that every situation is cleared up. In addition, and since last night, a recurring connection problem has normally been fixed. A patch was deployed in the evening and the studio invites players to relaunch the client and contact the teams if the problem persists despite everything.
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