It has long been no secret that Activision Blizzard and the development studio Raven Software are as tough as they are systematically against cheaters in the battle royale shooter Call of Duty Warzone. Last but not least the big wave of bans last month shown. But that was only a small intermediate step, because in the meantime numerous accounts of cheats and other spoiled games have been caught again.

First, the Raven Software team spoke up via Twitter to announce that there was another big wave of bans in Call of Duty Warzone yesterday, Tuesday (buy now € 8.90 ) gave. However, at this point in time, the development studio did not reveal any further details – such as the number of blocked accounts. A little later, however, the publisher responsible, Activision Blizzard, explained compared to PC Gamer magazinethat a little more than 30,000 accounts were blocked whose users had used illegal software (cheats, hacks, etc.). The publisher left it open as to whether the blocks were permanent or temporary.

If we add all the other ban waves or separate bans, we come to a number of around 100,000 Call of Duty Warzone accounts that Activision Blizzard and Raven Software have withdrawn from circulation during the year so far – 2021 is not yet three Months old. What do you think of the consistent action taken by the two teams against cheaters? Is it a sensible measure or do you think it overshoots the mark? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Twitter

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