Activision recently bragged about banning a cheater using a video from the cheaters own TikTok account. Well, it appears he’s still cheating.
One cheater in particular has featured in an anti-cheat ad, however that hasn’t seemed to curb his cheating.
TikTok user ‘rushman360’ took to the platform with a video claiming that he had been completely hardware banned from the game leaving him simply unable to make a new account after having been banned.
The official Call of Duty account took to Twitter to reveal that over 100,000 cheaters have been banned from the game, the post also featured a clip of rushman360’s reaction to being hardware banned.
The post read “This is not a drill: If you cheat, we are coming for you Banwaves are ongoing, and PC anti-cheat is arriving in #Warzone later this year.”
Not only this but rushman360 has also posted a video claiming that he has also been banned from Battle.net meaning Activision are really taking serious action against cheaters.
Activision said previously that they would be evolving anti-cheat which would make sense considering this hacker has been left unable to make a new account and re-join the game.
Usually, there are steps in place to hide hardware ID’s, however now it looks like this may be a thing of the past.
The real head scratcher though is that despite being banned, rushman360 has still been managing to post clips and still seems to be cheating, does this mean that he wasn’t actually banned? Or has he simply found a loophole to regain access back into the game?
There is no way to tell as present, however fans are holding out for a further anti-cheat update after the release of this years Call of Duty title, Vanguard.
Only time will tell what is in store and if it will put a stop to the cheating pandemic for good, in the meantime be sure to check back with us at Gamerficial for the latest news and updates.