Finally, seeking to put an end to the problems in question, Raven Software has been implementing waves of bans faster than ever. In 2021 alone, we’ve seen five major updates that have locked thousands of accounts.
The latest update just arrived on March 23 when another group of players was banned from the title. “More than 13,000 accounts” were banned in the last wave, “confirmed the developers.
Thousands of cheats banned from Warzone
Another #Warzone banwave today.
Over 13,000 accounts banned.🚫
Keeping them coming! https://t.co/whFNbYHlWb
– Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) March 23, 2021
This wave of bans comes exactly one week after the last one. While no specific figures were provided for the previous update, it is safe to assume that the total number of cheaters is on the decline.
However, since Warzone is a free title, cheaters around the world can simply create new accounts from scratch. Even if one account is deleted, 30 more could be in rotation for hackers to continue their pesky ways.
Despite this, the waves of bans have served as a clear deterrent for some. With each new update, lobbies feel a little more secure across the board. Until a stricter anti-cheat system is in place, the best we can hope for is sizable bans. At least we are cleaning Warzone of cheats.