Not so long ago, the Raven Software studio shared on Twitter about the blocking of another 50 thousand accounts in Call of Duty: Warzone, suspected of using cheating programs. After that, the insider Tom Henderson (Tom Henderson) said that the developers are preparing a new way to counter unscrupulous players.
Throughout 2021, from time to time, the Raven Software studio talks about how it locks tens of thousands of accounts in Call of Duty: Warzone. At the moment, the developer has banned more than 500 thousand cheaters. This problem affects not only PC players, but also console ones, since the shooter has a crossplay function that blurs platform boundaries and allows owners of consoles and PCs to fight among themselves.
🚫 Today we banned over 50,000 accounts in #Warzone…
More importantly, we are listening and hard at work behind the scenes.
We will have more info for you soon.
– Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) August 11, 2021
Recently, there was also news that machine learning cheating software would be coming to consoles. But the company Activision Blizzard forced the developer of the fraudulent program to scale back its activities.
A new anti-cheat system for the next Call of Duty title has been in development for over a year. The same system will be implemented into Warzone.
– Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) August 11, 2021
Game cheaters are a big headache for any network developer. Therefore, according to Henderson, an anti-cheat for Call of Duty: Vanguard has been in development for a year, which will also be included in Call of Duty: Warzone.