Call of Duty: Warzone developers continue to fight cheaters and hackers by implementing waves of bans. Gamer expectations grow as the developers have left an additional note on the latest announcement. It’s unclear if the Call of Duty: Warzone community will see the effects of the developer’s efforts, but the number of bans is actively increasing.
Raven Software has been announcing its bans for thousands of player accounts throughout 2021. So far, more than 300,000 Call of Duty: Warzone accounts have been affected by waves of bans. When placed in contrast to the millions of players in Call of Duty: Warzone, some fans see this as a small effect, but progress continues as Raven Software diligently deletes player accounts.
In an announcement yesterday, Raven Software stated that another 15,000 accounts were banned. He ended his tweet with an ominous “more to come,” which has many fans speculating on stronger countermeasures. Call of Duty: Warzone anti-cheat is based on a previously disclosed list of measures. The developers have promised to employ additional detection technology and add enhancements to their internal anti-cheat software. While this can’t be easily proven, Raven Software has kept its word on more two-way dialogue regarding anti-cheat efforts. Activision has a zero tolerance system and banned accounts have no way to regain access at this time.
New #Warzone ban wave today.
Another 15,000 accounts banned.
More to come.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) April 7, 2021
Call of Duty: Warzone is gearing up for an important month in the coming days. Season 2 is expected to end on April 21, and Call of Duty: Warzone’s nuclear event is rumored to end the map. This will supposedly put an end to the zombie problem, and a new 1980s-themed map is expected to appear within the battle royale.
It will be important for Raven Software to better control the Call of Duty: Warzone hacker problem in the coming days. With players returning for the next event, hackers could easily disrupt the flow of the game and remind some why they left in the first place. Various streamers and content creators have threatened to leave the game previously, and hackers are one of the main reasons.
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