Raven Software seems to be tightening the measures against cheaters and hackers in Call of Duty: Warzone. Meanwhile, the third wave of bans is running this month.
Raven Software has struck again. In the fight against the cheater windmills, the Don Quixotes of the anti-cheater team have again sent 13,000 accounts from Call of Duty: Warzone into the desert. This means that over 300,000 players have been banned since the release. It was only last week that an unspecified number of players was kicked out. The situation remains critical, but Raven Software appears to have resolved to continue the fight.
Original message 02/23/2021
Call of Duty: Warzone, like most online games, has to struggle with cheats and hacks. A topic in which the developers are coming under increasing pressure. Just recently, high-ranking streamers and Warzone professionals reached out to Raven Software in harsh words and threatened to withdraw from the game if nothing more is done.
Raven Software has apparently taken this to heart. In the meantime, the third wave of bans has been sent on the journey this month. At the beginning of the month around 60,000 cheaters and hackers were thrown out of the game, shortly afterwards another wave of bans followed.
Today some cheaters are likely to look into the tube again, because a wave of bans announced yesterday via Twitter is now on the way to flush away a number of accounts again. Further ban waves have been announced, Raven Software wants to intensify the measures against cheaters on all fronts.