Game news Call of Duty: Warzone – Activision takes stock of its fight against fraud
The fight against cheaters in Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the priorities of Activision and the developers of the Battle Royale. They regularly take stock and the last report is from last night.
For starters, the developers of Call of Duty: Warzone announce As of April 12, 2021, 475,000 permanent bans had been issued on the title. The team announced on April 8th a new wave of 15,000 permabans. A struggle of the developers to remind us that besides the waves there are other bans every day. At the same time, Activision ran the Deletion of 45,000 fraudulent accounts, based on various providers of cheat software. Regarding the fraud prevention measures, we are reminded of the applicable things:
- Use 2-factor authentication to make new accounts harder to cheat on
- Increased resources to support our security and enforcement teams
- Increased frequency of large-volume prohibition waves in addition to daily prohibitions in connection with relapses
- Improved communication and regular updates
Again, there is no place to cheat. Providing a fair and fun experience for all players is our number one priority. On behalf of all the teams in our Call of Duty security and enforcement groups, which include Warzone, Modern Warfare and Black Ops, we declare that we will not rest and thank you for your patience.
Material banners are also issued on a regular basis Against repeat offenders to make large-scale fraud even more difficult. Activision also displays Continue research to fight fraudsters even more effectively, regardless of the medium.
By MalloDelic, Journalist igamesnews.com