Call of Duty Warzone has a major plague and these are, as often in free to play, cheats. There are many parts where one may be likely to encounter a large number of them. Of course, the developers have been around for a while and are working to eliminate as much as possible.
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It was through Twitter that Raven Software spoke about cheaters, who are increasingly popular in Warzone lately:
Banned over 30,000 malicious accounts across Call of Duty yesterday … bringing us to over half a million accounts banned in #Warzone. 🚫
– Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) May 14, 2021
We banned over 30,000 accounts from Call of Duty yesterday … bringing the figure to over 500,000 banned accounts from Warzone.
Raven Software therefore continues its battle against big cheaters, but there are so many that more should be released. Because you should know that banned players can recreate accounts in the crowd. Without being really worried …
Should there be a more drastic method? Probably. In any case, the bans are raining down and at least helping to clean up a little Warzone, at least for a while.