Warzone developer Raven currently bans more than 500,000 players

By Dom Peppiatt
May 16, 2021 15:40 GMT

Raven Software Swinging the bang hammer again, and now the total number of banned players War zone There are over 500,000 people, or 500,000 people.

Scammers are nothing new to Warzone. Raven Software has fought quite a bit with hackers and scammers since the game was released. In February, I heard that developers opened over 300,000 accounts due to fraud. Then, in April, a studio mourning hacker said, ” [studio‚Äôs] The best job. “

Over the weekend, Raven banned another wave of players in another attack on the constant stream of fraudsters. “Yesterday, we banned more than 30,000 malicious accounts across Call of Duty.” The developer said May 14th, “# You can access over 500,000 banned accounts in Warzone.” Yeah.

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It’s no exaggeration to say that the studio is doing a lot to stop the flow of disgraceful players in the game. The developers have created a dedicated executive team to get rid of the scammers.

Community opinion and a dedicated security team are essential to managing the server, but with over 100 million players, it’s always difficult to catch all the bad apples in the game.

The studio has a detailed overview of its scammer policy, thanks to a blog post published in April. The blog outlines a fairly severe punishment for those who commit repeatedly. The studio warns:

“Some people ask if we want to issue a hardware ban. We issue a hardware ban to repetitive or consecutive scammers. This is our way to fight recurring criminals. Is an important part of our efforts. “

The company also warned that a security research team had published a report on malware hidden as a “dropper” in a fake cheat for sale. You can read more about it here..

Warzone’s latest patch has weakened AMAX, FARA, and Streetsweeper and enhanced PPSh-41. See the link for more information.

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