Raven Software has issued the latest Call of Duty: Warzone ban wave on March 16, as the studio tries to clamp down on the cheaters in-game.
Cheating has been a major issue in Call of Duty: Warzone since the game’s launch over a year ago now.
Raven Software posted an update on Twitter this week, on March 16, announcing the latest ban wave for Warzone. The studio reiterated that ‘more to come’ on the anti-cheat updates for the game as we go along.
In more news, Activision confirmed to PC Gamer that this ban wave hit 30,000 accounts. This is the second 30,000 account ban wave to come to Warzone in the last month.
Players have been complaining about the hacking problem in Call of Duty: Warzone since the game’s launch, and Activision finally provided more clarity into the issue earlier this year after even the BBC News reported on the problem.
The company confirmed the game does in fact have an anti-cheat system, but did not comment on any specifics about it.
They also promised to be more transparent about their efforts, and to their credit, the team has. Raven has been posting tweets every couple of weeks on the latest ban wave roll out and progress on tackling cheaters in Warzone.
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