Another major Warzone ban wave is here, removing more of the game's biggest issue - its population of cheaters and hackers.
If you're a Warzone fan, chances are you've run into your fair share of hackers. There's something about a battle royale game that tends to really attract the cheaters like no other genre.
Perhaps it's the fact that only one player or team can be the winner that makes players so determined to get an unfair advantage over the competition. However, now Activision and Raven Software are finally beginning to take notice of the cheaters and hackers that ruin Warzone for others.
In the past, players have described Warzone Season 2 as being unplayable, due to the sheer number of issues in-game. Perhaps these frequent ban waves will be able to turn things around very soon.
Warzone Remove More Cheaters and Hackers in Latest Ban Wave
In a March 23 ban wave, Raven Software announces that it's been busy removing cheaters and hackers from Warzone.
The battle royale developer took to Twitter to announce that another 13,000 accounts were banned on March 23 alone. The last time we heard about Warzone bans was exactly one week ago, showing that the developer is taking regular action against malicious players.
At the beginning of February, Raven Software banned 60,000 cheaters from Warzone in a single day. The fact that the number of bans is decreasing is sure to be a good thing, as perhaps fewer players are attempting to cheat in-game.
However, reports also indicate that Warzone's new anti-cheat is banning innocent players in its quest to remove all cheaters.
On the other hand, it's also entirely possible that Raven Software is dedicating fewer employees to tracking cheaters these days. After all, the new Warzone map is releasing very soon, and that's sure to require a lot of development power.
That would certainly explain why Warzone's zombie invasion is going to take so long to complete. A new leak suggests that this season is going to be quite the drawn-out experience...