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Believe it or not, CoD: Warzone Banned Over 70,000 Cheaters

Warzone, the proudly presented Battle Royale Genre in Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare has reached colossal success shortly after its release. However, the bigger the player base, the bigger the problems. Some of the users of third-party programs that grant vicious benefits over others are one of the issues that Activision is battling against. Today, the number of banned cheaters in Warzone is over 70,000.

The last week the developer has announced that over 50,000 players were banned. That number was increased by 20,000 after a couple of days. The rule is pretty simple. There’s no room for scenarios that are ruining the game experience for others, and Activision and Infinity Ward act accordingly.

In other news, Activision’s CoD: Warzone has over 50 million active players. The number is expected to drop due to the new sensation, Valorant. Infinity Ward will keep an eye on the Cheaters that emerge in Warzone and will try to fight against it in the best possible way.

Similar to other game developers, Infinity Ward hasn’t fully discovered how their anti-cheat and battling against cheaters work, so the developers of the harmful third-party applications wouldn’t find it easy to develop a cheat. A knowledgable yet working tactic proved in many other video games.

Angel Kicevski

Angel Kicevski started playing video games a long time ago. He started playing competitively since the Counter-Strike 1.3 era. Apart from that, the desire to own a website has always been there. Now, when the mission is slowly accomplishing, he's striving for success and nothing else. Besides that, he quit his full-time job to work on futuregamereleases.com. Being a father of two beautiful babies puts babysitting, gaming, and making poetry out of it a definite challenge. P.S. I play games the way they are meant to be played and consider myself for an Escape From Tarkov addict.

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