Activision has once again punished Call of Duty: Warzone scammers. Developer Raven Software has banned another 13,000 accounts in the popular battle royale game. Call Of Duty: Warzone is constantly blocking cheaters throughout the ban wave. The firm has previously collectively blocked 20,000 call of duty warzone cheaters.
Call Of Duty: Warzone ban: No passage for cheaters
The studio did not elaborate on who was banned for what reason, but we can assume that this was due to cheating or some other form of bad behavior that Raven wanted to eliminate. Following last week’s ban, Raven fulfilled her promise to continue weeding out scammers and other malignant players in the online game.
Eliminating cheaters in Warzone was an ongoing battle for Raven and Activision. The studio announced earlier this year that it had already banned more than 300,000 accounts and that new waves of bans were regularly coming in.
#Warzone anti-cheat update.
New banwave earlier today! ??
More to come…
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) March 16, 2021
Warzone has millions of players. In a game of this size and scale, there will always be malicious players who try to ruin the experience of other players. But producers and broadcasters are doing everything they can to prevent it.
Activision is busy cleaning up the mess from Warzone. The company will continue to do so in the future by implementing the following measures.
Warzone Ban system is improving
- Improvements to built-in anti-cheat software
- Additional detection technology
- Add new resources dedicated to monitoring and implementation
- Regular communication updates on progress;
- Zero tolerance for cheat providers
- Consistent and timely prohibitions