Warzone’s cheating problem is still ongoing over 19 months after the games initial release. Despite numerous ban waves, the cheater are still running a-mock in Verdansk. The hacking issues have gotten so bad so many top players and popular streamers have ditched the game altogether in favour of other battle royale titles such as Apex Legends.
Players have been left with a small glimmer of hope with RICOCHET being implemented alongside next months Call of Duty release.
Activision are taking action again as they have began to shut down popular cheat providers as we approach the launch. A french cheat provider going by the name X22 have recently announced that they will no longer be offering Call of Duty services.
Reddit user ‘Kanye-is-alt-right’ took to the platform to share information on the cease and desist sent to the company from Activision.
The post read “A very popular cheat provider has received a cease and desist from Activision legal. According to their Discord they will be closing sales and shutting down their Activision related cheats.”
The cheat makers ended their post by saying “Because we know this will be on Twitter and elsewhere, it is not due to the new anti-cheat. Lawyers are stronger than anti-cheat.”
The post was met with a host of positive comments from other users applauding Activision for their efforts, after all there has been a number of concerns from players about the upcoming anti-cheat system, either way we won’t have too much longer to wait until we find out just how well it works.