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Although cheating has always been a big issue in Call of Duty: Warzone, the co-developer Raven Software revealed that it has officially banned 500,000 “malicious accounts” since the release of Battle Royale last year.Crow shared the news Twitter, Confirming its recent ban on 30,000 accounts brings the total number of banned accounts to more than 1 million.
This is another step for the team behind “Call of Duty” to curb this kind of cheating. Last month, the team shared the latest information on how it plans to combat these scammers, including issuing a ban 7 days a week, dealing with the commercial market of scammers providers and resellers, and preventing scammers from transferring to alternate accounts. Raven also continues to repair vulnerabilities found in Warzone, including a map vulnerability in Verdansk ’84, one of which is to generate miniguns from Supply Box, and the other is to allow players to use gas masks indefinitely. For more information about “Call of Duty: Battlefield”, check out its position on our list of the top 10 best royal fighters, why the map of Battlefield will never return to its original form, and about Season 3 More information on Verdansk ’84.
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