Call of Duty: Warzone players have been begging for an anti-cheat system for quite some time now and finally it seems that Raven Software are making some major changes.
Call of Duty: Warzone is no stranger to hackers causing issues in the game, and it seems that recently the problems have reached an all time high.
The ongoing cheating pandemic has gotten so bad in recent months, it has prompted many top players and streamers to ditch the game altogether and favour other titles instead such as Apex Legends amongst others.
In a bid to combat these issues, there has been multiple ban waves issued and while this wipes out thousands of accounts each time, there is nothing stopping these cheaters from making a brand new accounts and returning to the game.
Raven Software took to Twitter to announce the ban of a further 50,000 accounts on August 11.
The post read “Today we banned over 50,000 accounts in #Warzone. More importantly, we are listening and hard at work behind the scenes. We will have more info for you soon.”
Now, it seems that this process isn’t going to be smooth sailing for cheaters as it has been in the past.
It seems that the way ban waves will be working in future will differ to what we have seen in the past.
Well known leaker took to Twitter to share some news on the matter.
The post read “Raven Software’s recent banwave in Warzone targeted spoofers, meaning they cannot play again. This is different from past banwaves, as those banned could just create a new account.”
This different approach with target spoofers and stop cheaters from returning to the game, this will come as good news for fans who have been desperate to see an anti-cheat system in place.
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