Tuesday, October 19th, 2021

Call of Duty: Warzone hardware ban seems to have been taken over by Vanguard

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Call of Duty: If you’ve cheated in Warzone and are banned as a result, you won’t be able to play the next Call of Duty game, Vanguard.

First discovered By Eurogamer Several image Players who have appeared online, such as Discord servers and forums that contain fraud and have been banned from accounts or hardware in Call of Duty: Warzone, are also banned from playing Vanguard’s upcoming open beta. Call of Duty website, Charlie Intel confirmed Anyone whose account or hardware is banned in Warzone will be banned by Vanguard.

Unlike account bans that affect individual accounts, hardware bans are for serial scammers, and these repeated offenders create a new account each time the previous account is banned. Prevent that. Activision confirmed in April that it would issue these hardware bans to address the ongoing problem of fraud in the Call of Duty War Zone.

Activision is also cracking down on the influx of scammers invading Warzone. Most notably, its subsidiary Raven Software confirmed in August that it banned a significant amount of Warzone accounts and the studio banned more than 100,000 accounts in a single day.

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