Call of Duty: Warzone Bans 60,000 Cheaters in One Massive Swipe

Call of Duty: Warzone bans 60,000 cheaters in one massive swipe. In a blog post posted today, Activision confirmed that it banned over 60,000 accounts for cheating in a single wave.

The article also mentions that, to date, over 200,000 cheaters have been banned since Warzone’s launch.

Call of Duty: Warzone Bans 60,000 Cheaters in One Massive Swipe
EngineOwnings status page currently reads “updating” for Warzone, suggesting its cheats have been compromised.

“Anyone that used EngineOwning since the last banwave was wiped out,” a source told Vice. EngineOwning was also at the center of Warzone’s last big ban swipe, which affected over 20,000 accounts in September 2020. Although no much details was revealed by the developers Infinity Ward and Raven Software since then.

Hackers are making Warzone unbearable. Please, Activision, do something about this. from CODWarzone

It’s been clear for a long time now that Warzone has a major cheating problem. Whether you’re a casual player or a high-level streamer, it’s not uncommon to run into players running third-party aimbot and wallhack software. This bully comes from PC users who aims to play superior to console users..

Considering Warzone has millions of active players across three platforms, it’s hard to believe 60,000 fewer cheaters will be felt overnight. After all, many cheaters hold several accounts and source their cheats from multiple distributors for situations like this. Still, it’s a step in the right direction.

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