Activi­sion is try­ing to squash cheaters from Call of Duty: War­zone. Raven Soft­ware recent­ly announced that it brought down the ban ham­mer on more than 50,000 accounts over the last week in Warzone.

In the lat­est tweet from the devel­op­er, Raven stat­ed the lat­est ban wave was “Tar­get­ing repeat offend­ers, and much more.” They also not­ed that it had “been a while” since the last anti-cheat update, which is true.

Before this update, the last know ban wave was back in May, when the total num­ber of accounts banned reached 500,000.

Of course, cheat­ing in a game the size and scale of War­zone will per­sis­tent­ly be an issue. Activi­sion has said it’s work­ing to bet­ter mit­i­gate the prob­lem, but it just nev­er seems to be enough. Some solu­tions include issu­ing dai­ly bans and even push­ing out hard­ware bans for ser­i­al offenders. 

Call of Duty: War­zone just went through sev­er­al big changes with the Sea­son 4 Reloaded update, includ­ing an increased time-to-kill. This update also brought a few glitch­es, like play­ers being able to go invis­i­ble again and spec­ta­tors in the gulag being able to para­chute down.