Call of Duty: Warzone developers have revealed that another ban wave is imminent along with a hopeful anti-cheat message.
Call of Duty: Warzone is on the cusp of being thrown into Season 5 bringing with brand new content including new maps, weapons and more.
Despite the influx of new content headed to the game, players have recently been left more than frustrated by ongoing cheating issues and hackers running riot in Verdansk.
The game has found itself in a midst of a hacking pandemic, with many top players and popular streamers ditching the game altogether favouring other titles such as Apex Legends.
Players had started to wonder if anything was actually going to be done about the games current state, well now it seems that Activision have spoken out with a new statement regarding the situation.
The company have been issuing several ban waves over the past few months to try and combat the ongoing issue, and even with thousands of accounts banned, hackers are still managing to find their way back into the game.
Players have been crying out for an anti-cheat feature for quite some time, now it seems that Activision have finally responded to the requests.
Raven Software, Call of Duty: Warzone developer posted to Twitter with confirmation of another 50,000 accounts banned, however fans didn’t seem to happy with the action taken and begged for further steps to be put in place.
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.”
Fans are hoping this means that an anti-cheat system is on its way, while it has remained a very controversial subject amongst the community.
It is unclear at present just what Raven Software have planned, but fans are remaining hopeful that big changes are coming that will put the hacking issues to bed once and for all.
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