Just a week after the last wave of bans, those responsible at Activision and Raven Software have again blocked loads of accounts in Call of Duty: Warzone. A total of 13,000 accounts were excluded from the Battle Royale shooter. A few days ago there were 30,000 accounts. Over the past few months, the creators have worked hard on the title's anti-cheat software to keep the game free of scammers who want to take the fun out of others.

At the beginning of the year, Raven Software announced that over 300,000 accounts have been banned since Warzone was launched in March 2020. The developers will continue to carry out regular ban waves in the future. In addition, the anti-cheat software will continue to be optimized. But there was a bit of criticism recently from Streamer DrDisRespectwho accuses the team of not caring about quality-of-life issues of the battle royale shooter. DrDisRespect was once part of the Call of Duty development team. Among other things, as a level designer at Sledgehammer Games, he was responsible for multiplayer maps for Advanced Warfare.

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At the weekend, players can look forward to the next "Double XP Event" in Warzone and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The bonus does not only count for your level, but also for your weapons and the Battle Pass. The event starts on March 26th at 6 p.m. The end is scheduled for March 29th at 6 p.m. You can find more information about the Battle Royale shooter on our topic page.

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