Name of Obligation: Warzone banned 50,000 extra cheaters final week
Over 50,000 cheaters had been banned from Name of Obligation: Warzone final week, developer Raven introduced on Friday.
Posting a short anti-cheat replace on Twitter, Raven revealed that this newest batch of cheaters got the boot over two separate ban waves. These waves had been focused largely (however not solely) at repeat offenders, accounts that Raven had already caught dishonest.
Has been some time since our final anti-cheat replace!Two #Warzone ban waves this week. Over 50,000 accounts banned mixed. 🚫Focusing on repeat offenders, and far more.July 16, 2021
Warzone has lengthy struggled with cheaters, and this mass ban is just the most recent effort to fight it. Again in Could, Raven banned over 30,000 accounts in a single day, bringing the then-total variety of bans as much as over half 1,000,000.
Not that this has stopped cheaters from attempting even more durable to interrupt Raven’s battle royale. Final week, Activision stepped in to take down an “undetectable” and “unstoppable” goal help cheat that used machine studying and third-party software program to take over the controls at any time when an enemy participant appeared on display.
Warzone gamers’ frustration with cheaters has spilled over to legit gamers, too. One world-record holding Warzone professional ended up utilizing an absurd five-camera stream setup to fend off allegations of foul play.
One other ban wave could give a short, if welcome reprieve. However the replies to Raven’s publish a group that is bored with the occasional mass banning, desperately awaiting a extra everlasting resolution to Warzone’s dishonest epidemic.