Raven Software seems to have the upper hand once again. CoD: Warzone has banned another big wave of around 50,000 players. The ongoing war against hackers in Call of Duty’s battle royale title is a neverending one, and Raven Software suggests there will be more. As a result of the overwhelming number of cheaters, many top streamers swapped games – choosing another competitive shooter called Apex Legends instead.
This list of bans also includes suppliers or black market sellers, if you will, and Raven Software has been all-in on the issue recently. As a free-to-play game, it will always be susceptible to these kinds of activities. The vulnerability will most likely remain until the release of CoD: Vanguard and the new anti-cheat that’s supposed to come with it.
🚫 Another #Warzone ban wave today!
Banned 50,000 accounts targeting cheaters and cheat providers.
More to come.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) September 1, 2021
With the implementation of new anti-cheat systems, members of the Warzone community are celebrating every ban wave that Raven Software posts on Twitter. Raven Software has recently banned 50,000 players and cheats providers, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they won’t be back. Since we’re talking about ban waves and not natural, progressive, and regular bans, the CoD: Warzone experience would continue to be rough.