Activision has banned more than 100,000 accounts from Call of Duty: Warzone. The company targeted players who had committed multiple violations for the use of cheats and deception.
This isn’t the first time Activision has banned Call of Duty: Warzone accounts in large numbers. In April, the company wrote that it already had a total of 475,000 accounts deleted due to individual errors or repeated violations. It then involved players who were deceived through cheating or fraudulent accounts of cheaters who were sold on the black market. A month ago, the game publisher also deleted more than 50,000 accounts for the same reason.
To tackle cheat software, Activision uses its own anti-cheat software and not the more well-known anti-cheat tools like Easy Anti-Cheat or BattleEye. Weekly, the developer also makes security updates that improve the in-game reporting mechanisms. In addition, unauthorized software providers are disabled and there Two-factor documentation Enabled for new PC players playing the royal part of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for free. The company has been placing players suspected of cheating since 2020 Apart from the lobby.
last week announce Activision has created a new map of the war zone. The company also announced that a new anti-fraud program is running on the PC. It is not yet known when the map and the new anti-cheat software associated with it will be released.
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