COD Warzone and shadow bans: complaints from streamer Aydan

COD Warzone and shadow bans: complaints from streamer Aydan
Like the vast majority of competitive multiplayer online shooters, Call of Duty: Warzone is also affected by problems related to the presence in the community of unfair and unfair players.

To try to stem the phenomenon, Activision has repeatedly tried to implement appropriate measures, but without being able to completely eradicate the onset. Just recently, for example, a ban of 60,000 cheaters in Call of Duty: Warzone was put in place, in an attempt to make the online environment of the free to play title more liveable. However, it seems that the anti-cheating system put in place for the battle royale is not without flaws, with players unfairly involved in punitive measures.

The one complaining about this is the streamer active on Twitch like Aydan. Famous within the community of Call of Duty: Warzone fans, the latter said he was the victim of a shadow ban. With this expression, it indicates having been silently labeled by Activision as a potentially incorrect player and consequently being included in the cheater vs cheater groups of COD Warzone. A process that several pro players complain as related to the high number of reports received during matches from opponents due to their notoriety. Rather complex to ascertain, the shadow ban implies - besides obviously unpleasant matches - difficulties in starting a match, since the catchment area is considerably limited.


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