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.