The most recent anti-cheat update has left fans more than upset.
Raven Software find themselves under constant pressure from fans to find a way to combat hackers and ruining the game for others.
Now, Raven Software have finally launched their new anti-cheat update after two months of silence, however fans have been left more than disappointed after the update.
Over the past few months, the cheating has gotten so bad that many top players have thrown the towel in and quit playing the game altogether.
For example, well know streamer Vikkstar revealed that he would be making an exit from Warzone after seeing players obviously cheating live on stream.
Vikkstar took to Twitter back in January to share the announcement with fans, the post read “The fact players can livestream themselves blatantly hacking with zero repurcussions blows my mind. This guy is 2nd prestige & broadcasts hours of himself hacking. This NEEDS to be addressed & fixed @CallofDuty@RavenSoftware”.
However, since then Raven Software have also taken to Twitter to reveal that over 50,000 accounts had been removed in the latest ban wave.
The Tweet read “Has been a while since our last anti-cheat update! Two #Warzone ban waves this week. Over 50,000 accounts banned combined. Targeting repeat offenders, and much more.”
This has rubbed fans up the wrong way as they had expected more to be done about this ongoing issue with many claiming that there has been no actual update and nothing has changed within the game.
Many players are fearing that the issue has not been dealt with and there will continue to be a huge cheating issue in the game as if there has been nothing done.
Streamer ‘MuTeX’ took to Twitter to share his concerns after the alleged ban wave.
The post read “update… i have now run into 7 hackers after this ban wave <3”, he also went on to say “update… 2nd game on and died to another cheater…. blatant walls and aimbot… did you guys just do a ban wave? i dont understand?”.
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Players have been left disappointed as they continue to see the game ruined, hopefully Raven Software will take on board this feedback and issue some further action to tackle the on going issue.
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