In just 2 days, Raven Software, the developer of CoD Warzone, has banned 3 cheat-providing websites. This proves that the developer cares for its community. Raven Software is willing to do anything to prevent the loss of players. More importantly, streamers and influencers who’ve had enough from cheaters.
The announcement for this comes from Reddit, where someone spotted NYSL Mavriq’s official Tweet, stating that a private chat provider has been taken down, together with its usual suspects. That is great to hear about.
1 hour later, Raven Software came out with a report that over 100,000 Call of Duty accounts were banned.
🚫 Over 100,000 @CallofDuty accounts were banned yesterday – targeting repeat offenders and cheat providers at the source.
More updates to come across #Warzone.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) August 25, 2021
But does it make any difference if the game lacks a proper anti-cheat system? Currently, it’s all based on gathered statistics and player data, including monitoring of third-party websites that offer private hacks. Until Warzone gets a proper anti-cheat with the release of Vanguard, the developers would have a rough time getting rid of all the cheaters.
Cheaters will still exist, and the fight against them is a neverending one. With all the websites selling private cheats, it’s quite scary to predict CoD: Warzone’s feature. Hopefully, the anti-cheat coming with CoD: Vanguard contains an enhanced technology that would reduce unpleasant cheater encounters.
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