Call of Duty banned 60,000 Cheaters in One Shot

Call Of Duty has banned 60,000 cheaters in one shot to improve the anti-cheat policy the game offers. Using a cheat system helps the player to win the competition easily, and lets him complete all challenges without doing any afford.

Activision Statement

We have zero-tolerance for cheaters across Call of Duty and Call of Duty: Warzone™. Our focus is to combat both cheaters and cheat providers. Today we banned 60,000 accounts for confirmed cases of using cheat software in Warzone, bringing our total to date of more than 300,000 permabans worldwide since launch”.

In the blog post, Activision also clarified their anti-cheating policy. Furthermore, they are not only banning cheaters but also have a strict stance against hackers. They will use their anti-cheat software, to identify hackers who use cheat codes and hacks. The software will also ban players who manipulate the game with their tricks.

It will become hard to use aimbots, Wallhacks, trainers, injectors, hex editors, and stat hacks. The anti-cheat system will ban access to these techniques, which makes victory easy and quick. It will identify malicious programs and ban the players from disrespecting their anti-cheat policy.

New Anti-cheat System

The developer introduces several new changes to the anti-cheat system, including enhancements in security teams and enforcement of policies. The teams will actively update the software to fight against cheaters and hackers; these updates can be released on a monthly or weekly basis.

Experience the thrilling FPS Gameplay without any Tricks

With the newly introduced software, the Call of Duty hackers and cheaters may confront a lot of difficulties when comes to win without using any cheat. Some cheaters also use software that runs when the game is loading; the software might identify them and ban those players as well.