Call of Duty: Warzone bans cross 70,000 worldwide

Over 70,000 cheaters banned in Warzone as Infinity Ward says more updates to come By Keshav Bhat

Over 70,000 cheaters banned in Warzone as Infinity Ward says more updates to come By Keshav Bhat

These modes have been requested ever since Call of Duty Warzone was launched in March, and it looks like fans will be getting their wish soon. You know one of them already and we won't spoil it for those that are considering playing the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare campaign, but there are more to come in the future. According to the Twitter message, in the first five weeks since the release of the game, over 70 thousand cheaters have been banned.

Infinity Ward promises that they have "zero tolerance for cheaters" and are always "watching".

Infinity Ward The new update to Warzone should clear up the bug some PC players have experienced with Buy Stations. Fortunately, this seems to just be the start of a new focus on fighting this sort of activity. We're continuing to deploy dedicated security updates and work continues on improving in-game reporting.

Infinity Ward Trios in Warzone is going to change after the Modern Warfare April 14 update. To make the fights more exciting, expect two CLD casters to be doing the play by play. After all, the studio said that they plan to provide; "a regular count on the latest number of bans issued", and this appears to be that. However, it could indicate that the studio has recently implemented a more robust system for identifying cheating accounts.

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