COD Warzone: another wave of bans, the war on cheaters intensifies

COD Warzone: another wave of bans, the war on cheaters intensifies
Following numerous complaints from gamers around the world, Activision is taking the Call of Duty Warzone cheater argument more and more seriously and is taking drastic action against all those users who use third-party software with the goal of altering the game.

A few days after the wave of bans that wiped out 60,000 Call of Duty Warzone cheaters in a single hit, the publisher is back on the attack with a second wave of suspensions. To let us know is the same Treyarch, the software house that deals with the development of the first person shooter, even if in this case more specific details have not been provided on the number of users involved in the wave of ban. Last time the measures concerned a large number of users who made use of the same software and it is likely that once again all the players involved had in common the brand of the cheats used. Regardless of the amount of bans put in place, we can only note how Activision's attention to the battle royale cheaters is increasingly high and it is likely that at this rate the problem may subside in a few weeks thanks to interventions of this type.

While waiting for Treyarch to provide more precise details on the number of bans, we remind you that the Armored Royale playlist has been removed from COD Warzone due to a glitch that made it invincible.

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