It seems that players banned from the free-to-play Battle Royale Call of Duty: Warzone will also not be able to access the multiplayer game from the upcoming title Call of Duty: Vanguard. Cheaters have reported that they are unable to enter the multiplayer beta due to the ban.
Reports of this appear on forums and Discord servers dedicated to cheating in popular fps games. Among other things Collected by Eurogamer. The multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: Vanguard will be taking place around the end of this week, so notorious cheaters will not be able to participate. While it’s not unreasonable for Ban to carry over to the next game in a series, it doesn’t seem like something that happens very often.
In addition to account-based bans, the developers and publishers behind the game series are also involved Device blocking from. This means that a specific set of PC components and their serial numbers will be blocked, making creating a new Warzone account useless. This can be circumvented by using software that identifies hardware identifiers the irony, or by replacing the components.
If all Warzone bans were already included in Vanguard multiplayer, it would be more than 575,000 ban. Publisher Activision announced that number in August. CoD players on consoles sometimes disable cross-play with the computer to avoid cheaters.
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