Activi­sion recent­ly rolled out anoth­er huge ban wave for Call of Duty: War­zone. On August 24th, Raven Soft­ware purged the bat­tle royale of more than 100,000 accounts. 

Raven’s tweet revealed this wave was tar­get­ing play­ers who were repeat offend­ers and cheat providers at the source. War­zone’s pre­vi­ous ban wave was back in July, and more than half a mil­lion accounts have been cheat­ing and oth­er rule benders. 

As always, these ban waves are just apply­ing a Band-Aid to the a non­stop bleed­ing wound. Even­tu­al­ly, these cheaters will resur­faces with a new account. How­ev­er, Activi­sion has offi­cial­ly announced that Call of Duty: War­zone will be get­ting a brand-new map and new PC anti-cheat sys­tem when Call of Duty: Van­guard is inte­grat­ed. This major update does­n’t have an offi­cial release date.

You can also check out the lat­est War­zone update, which added the new “Look­ing for Par­ty” fea­ture, as well as a new weapon and sev­er­al bug fixes.