Since it launched, Call of Duty: Warzone has had a huge problem that Activision continues to grapple with, thousands of harckers that ruin the gaming experience for the rest of the players. The studio re-emphasizes its determination to expel once and for all this community of cheaters who teach to ruin their game.
In the latest action against hackers, Activision confirmed that it banned more than 60,000 player accounts that used cheating to improve its performance.
Through a publication on its official blog, the studio revealed that so far, more than 300,000 accounts have been banned since the game’s release. In addition, they again emphasize that they continue to invest a lot of resources in improving their systems anti-cheat and other hacker detection technologies.
Call of Duty: Warzone is being destroyed by the giant cheating community!
This problem has grown to such an extent that many of the most popular streamers have already abandoned the game, refusing to “battle” against this type of players. One of those who addressed the subject the most was Vikkstar123, a streamer who has more than 7 million followers on YouTube.
In one of his videos, he even shows one of these hackers at play, being incredulous when he discovered that he was streaming on Facebook. As you can see in the video, these hackers cannot even be considered players. Even more incredible is the fact that some of these streamers can even be integrated into the Facebook Gaming monetization plan, earning money while breaking all the basic rules of the gaming world.
As Vikkstar123 points out, this type of gaming experience is observed in virtually all lobbies Warzone, it is sometimes too obvious that your opponents use illicit tools.
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