Despite all efforts, the cheating problem in Call of Duty: Warzone persists. The developers, who are always dealing with cheaters, have added another 50,000 accounts to the banned accounts graveyard.
Call of Duty: Warzone developers; who have been sick of cheaters ruining the game experience since the game’s inception, continue to pass judgment. Cheaters received a strong slap from Warzone‘s developers; which is rather frustrating for people who wish to enjoy the games by playing them normally. Exactly 50,000 gamers received a ban for violating the game’s user agreement via cheating.
In a tweet on July 16, Raven Software indicated that the majority of the 50,000 banned gamers are individuals who continue to cheat despite harsh punishments for cheating. Raven added that during the banning process, they typically target those who utilize cheats more than once. The company also stated that they are targeting “far more” than numerous cheaters, however it is unclear what they mean.
Cheaters totaling 500 thousand received a ban:
The first round of bans implemented by Raven Software engineers occurred in February, with over 60,000 accounts being blacklisted in a single day. Activision, the publisher of the Raven and Call of Duty games, revealed in May that they had banned over 350 thousand accounts in Warzone last year due to racism and bigotry. When all of the bans are added together, the total rises to a whopping 500 thousand. Of fact, this figure is for May 2021; accounts sent to the cemetery are likely in hundreds every day.