Activision has announced that nearly half a million gamers Call of Duty: Warzone have received a permanent ban. The number of cheats may seem high, but the editor ensures that this battle royale Free has more than 85 million players since its debut in March 2020, so the percentage is not that high. “Cheats are never welcome. To date, our security team has performed more than 475,500 permanent expulsions in Warzone. Yesterday a great wave of expulsions was the seventh -by volume of affected- since February “; 300,000 accounts were expelled on February 2.
The strategy will also go through daily expelling suspicious individuals or with repeated offenses, in addition to going against the providers of cheating and the trade that exists on these practices. “We have recently kicked out 45,000 fraudulent black market accounts used repeatedly by criminals.” To minimize the number of cheaters, various measures are being used such as two-step authentication, increasing the resources of investigation teams, and increasing the number of expelled waves. In addition, confirm that hardware ejects are performed against the most repetitive cheaters.
“Again, there is no place for cheating. Giving a fair and fun experience for all players is our top priority. On behalf of all the Call of Duty security teams that oversee Warzone, Modern Warfare and Black Ops, we will not rest. “
Verdansk nuclear event is coming
Next Wednesday April 21, 2021 at 9:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) Season 3 will begin. A lot of anticipation has been built among the Warzone community of players over the last few weeks ahead of the Season 2 final event as all rumors and signs indicate that the Warzone map Verdansk being bombed.