Over 70,000 cheaters banned in Warzone as Infinity Ward says more updates to come

Keshav Bhat

Infinity Ward has announced on Twitter that they have banned over 70,000 cheaters in Call of Duty: Warzone since its launch, up from 50,000 from their announcement a week before.

The new tweet posted by the studio says they are actively looking at more anti-cheat updates and deploying more dedicated updates to it soon.

They will have ‘more details to share soon’ the studio says.

Many fans have been complaining about cheaters on the PC version of Warzone, and with cross play enabled, it also effects console players.

Infinity Ward promises that they have “zero tolerance for cheaters” and are always “watching.”