In a nutshell: Activision has released the ban on thousands of cheaters who want to gain an unfair advantage in Call of Duty: Warzone. The publisher also outlined several measures it has taken to strengthen the platform and make it easier for players to report cheaters. Everything is a step in the right direction, but whether the collective effort has a significant impact remains to be seen.
In a blog post on the subject, the publisher said that it recently banned 60,000 accounts related to confirmed cases of use of cheat software in Warzone. With the move, Activision has now permanently banned more than 300,000 Warzone cheat machines worldwide since its launch.
Call of Duty: Warzone is free-to-play battle royale mode within Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. It was introduced during season two and pits up to 1
Activision said it also continues to “identify and address” those who distribute modding / hacking software.
Last summer, if you remember, Activision threatened CxCheats with lawsuits, causing the cheat software market to halt development and support for all Call of Duty-related products and services.