As cheating in Warzone still seems to be at an all time high, Raven Software have confirmed that there has been another wave of bans issues in a bet to combat cheaters.
Lately, Warzone has become a breeding ground for hackers trying to cheat their way to the top, the game has always had issues with cheaters however now it seems like there is one lurking around every turn, ruining the game for players.
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We all know how frustrating it is to grind your way through the game, just to be taken out unexpectedly with no way to for-see the attack or even fight back, even some huge Warzone names have already said they will no longer play in tournaments due to the volume of cheaters.
However, it was already announced back at the beginning of February that there had been a ban wave implemented which had affected over 60,000 user accounts, although it seems that this had only scratched the surface.
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This wave was met with positive reactions from the Warzone community, with many hoping that this would put a stop to further cheating, however yesterday Raven Software hit users with yet another ban wave.
They took to Twitter to share the news, they even added that there would be “more to come” in a bid to keep the game clean.
Another ban wave today across #Warzone. Stepping up anti-cheat efforts on all fronts. More to come. Let’s keep Warzone clean!— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) February 9, 2021
Players are happy to see this become regular fixture, with many worried that as soon as a cheater account has been disabled they immediately just make a new one.
Up to now, there has not been an exact number of accounts that this new ban wave has affected, it could be that Raven Software will keep updated at a later date.
Hopefully this will solve the issues and at least put to bed some of the hacking in the game, players will just have to wait it out and see.