Call of Duty Warzone: Bannhammer strikes again & small update applied

Call of Duty Warzone: Bannhammer strikes again & small update applied

Call of Duty Warzone

Call of Duty Warzone once again wielded the ban hammer. As Raven Software announced on Twitter, the developers have recently blocked over 50,000 accounts - and excluded them from the game. "More to come", they say in addition, without going into any further details. One thing is certain: A new anti-cheat system for PCs is planned for the end of the year, which will include additional mechanics to put cheaters and hackers at bay. In the current wave of bans, not only the accounts of the cheaters but also the profiles of individual cheat providers were shut down.

Recently, some well-known streamers and content creators such as Nickmercs left Warzone. Raven Software seems to be doing everything it can to get the streamers back on board - and to be determined to take action against the cheater problem. Recently there have been reports of hardware bans. A cheater announced in a clip published on TikTok that all of his accounts had been banned - even those he had not yet played with.

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Raven Software seems to be expanding its efforts in the fight against hackers and cheaters in Call of Duty Warzone. var lstExcludedArticleTicker = '1378867,1378788,1378468,1378309'; As soon as he creates a new account, it is immediately blocked again. In response to the clip, Raven Software recently released a video highlighting the developers' efforts to combat the cheaters and announcing that more than 100,000 cheaters have recently been banned. By the way, the makers have also put in a new update: With the small patch, the developers fix a problem whereby the third and fourth objectives in the Security Expert Operator mission were not properly recorded.

Activision Warns About More Bans Against Call of Duty: Warzone Cheaters in New Video

Activision has been consistently banning thousands of cheaters in Call of Duty: Warzone. The game has recently banned 100,000 Warzone accounts in a single day for cheating.

The company has dropped a cryptic video on Twitter to send out a message to all the Warzone cheaters. The video claims to have a real reaction from a Warzone player, who got all of his accounts banned for cheating even without playing the game. The player then says that he is happy about his accounts being banned and that Activision is taking cheating more seriously. At the end of the video, Activision warns, “We know what you’re doing. We’re coming for you.” In the caption for this video, the company has said that PC anti-cheat for Call of Duty: Warzone is coming later this year.

One of the major concerns of the Warzone community with banning cheaters is that they tend to create new accounts to cheat again. Activision claims that it is working on this issue via hardware banning that is used for serial cheaters. Although hardware banning seems like a great solution, many cheating programs can bypass hardware bans with in-built workarounds that spoof a cheater’s hardware ID. It remains to be seen how the game’s new anti-cheat will combat cheating.

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