Call of Duty: Warzone, el popular battle royale free-to-play de Activision Y Raven Software, continues to receive waves of kick-outs from cheaters. The study recently announced that had kicked more than 30,000 users out of the game. Warzone so, according to the creators, that raises the total number of banned accounts to over half a million. Already on April 14 they touched this figure, with 475,000 accounts expelled. This wave of baneos occurs after the game has welcomed season 3.
Call of Duty: Warzone and his crusade against cheaters
Call of Duty: Warzone has been dealing with cheaters practically from the first moment the game was launched, this past March 2020. Activision has already reiterated countless times that its fight against cheaters will continue: “There is no place for cheating”, expressed the company this April that we just left behind. “Provide a fair and fun experience for all players is our top priority. “However, cheat software provider sites are also continually looking for how to bypass the controls by Activision and Raven Software.
Therefore, this is a crusade that also begins to awaken great attrition among the developers themselves. That same April, the creative director of Raven Software Amos Hodge grant an interview to VGC where he expressed his frustration with hackers and cheaters who spoil the fun of other users: “We make this content for gamers”Hodge pointed out. “And while you guys are upset because they ruined your game, I’m upset because they’re ruining some of the best jobs I’ve ever done“.
“We make this content for gamers”
“We put our hearts in this content”Hodge continued. “We have 100 million players, it’s been out for a year, this is a huge stage and one of the best jobs we’ve ever done, and cheats coming in and ruining the game annoys us more than anyone else“So, despite the havoc this battle is beginning to stir at the Raven Software offices, it appears that the studio has no intention of giving up.
While fighting hackers and other wildlife, since Raven they also have time to offer new content to the players: this coming May 20 the Rambo skin will arrive accompanied by the arc of the character played by Sylvester Stallone. John McClane, the protagonist of The jungle of crystal, will also be available as part of the event Action Heroes of the 80s.