COD Warzone, it's war on cheaters: third wave of bans in the month of February alone

COD Warzone, it's war on cheaters: third wave of bans in the month of February alone

COD Warzone, it's war on cheaters

While several players continue to clamor for the introduction of software that automatically recognizes and wards off hackers prowling the streets of Verdansk, it seems that Raven Software is not underestimating the problem of Call of cheaters. Duty Warzone.

The developers have in fact confirmed through their social profiles that they have just launched a new wave of bans aimed at those players who use, for example, aimbots or wall hacking software. As you can see through the tweet that we have reported at the bottom, Raven Software had already announced that it would not stop after the last demanding wave of 60,000 bans, and has in fact kept its promise.

This is the third operation of this type in the month of February alone and, although the exact numbers of this third wave have not been disclosed, it is certainly appreciable how much the developers have made a commitment to the matter. All this comes a few days after the statements of YouTuber Vikkstar, one of the most famous content creators of Call of Duty, who had announced his temporary retirement from Activision's Battle Royale until the cheaters would no longer be the protagonists of his games. There is probably still a long way to go, but it seems that the developers have finally taken the right path to be able to make Warzone a hostile place for hackers.

Meanwhile, speculation about the future of the title: according to the data collected by various dataminers, a nuke will explode in Verdansk on 11 March 2021, and it seems more and more probable the introduction of a new map that will be the backdrop to the pitched battles of Call of Duty Warzone.






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