Raven Software continues with bans in Call of Duty Warzone, and yesterday announced that it had made 30,000 new bans, bringing the total number of blocked accounts to 475,000. In a new blog post, explain the measures to combat cheaters or cheats in Activision’s battle royale.
The teams in charge of the security carry out daily bans to the accounts that they perpetuate with the use of cheats. In addition, they claim to have increased their resources to do so. They have also implemented two-step authentication to make it more difficult for new accounts created just to be used cheats.
🚫 30,000 more bans today 🚫
– Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) April 12, 2021
The fight against cheaters is not only in the game, as Activision also investigates the markets in which Warzone players sell cheats and accounts.
This kind of cheats they can ruin the game for other players, as the Mara actress discovered in Modern Warfare, who thanks to her stream managed to ban two cheats. Some cheats can even end the game when one team is winning.
Because of these users, many Call of Duty Warzone players on console prefer to play without crossplay, to prevent PC users from entering. The goal of Activision and Raven Software is to work to clean up the cheater community and make the experience good for everyone. Have you had any unpleasant experiences with cheaters?