Warzone players are currently facing a new problem after many have reported having their accounts banned for no reason.
Recently, Activision outlined their mission to “invest more resources into anti-cheat”. Sadly, cheaters and hackers alike have been spoiling the experience for many players.
In fact, the issue has become so rampant that recently Activision banned over 475,000 cheaters in their biggest ban wave yet. However, it appears that these measures are also having a knock-on effect, innocent players are also reporting having their accounts banned too.
Now, the latest Warzone Season 3 1.36 update appears to have introduced a new bug to the popular battle royale experience. Here is everything we know about the bug, which is causing many players to have their accounts suspended with little warning.
Warzone Bug Is Banning Innocent Players
Not so long ago we reported on the Sail 630 Nuclear bug, which was affecting Black Ops Cold War Zombies players. Interestingly, the bug was banning players simply for being good at the game. Now, a similar issue appears to have cropped up in Call of Duty: Warzone.
Interestingly, it appears that Raven Softwares’ anti-cheat measures have caused problems for innocent players too. Furthermore, reports have been circulating that the anti-cheat system may now be banning players without warning, even if they haven’t accessed cheats.
Although this issue is not the only problem players are facing in Warzone at the moment. Similarly, players are angry with the latest Warzone ‘Hunt For Adler’ challenge. The new mission is causing huge frustration for players, who are having a hard time completing it.
The last time players were receiving bans unfairly in Black Ops Cold War, Treyarch responded with a fix and statement. However, this actually angered many fans with their heavy-handed response, which seemed to shift the blame off of Treyarch.
Hopefully, Raven Software will treat Warzone player ban with a bit more sensitivity. As of right now, it appears that there are no specific criteria for triggering a ban. Interestingly, it appears to be happening at random to unlucky players.
It appears that Activisions’ focus at the moment is on content. A new leaked image of the Warzone Ural Mountains map has already leaked online. Perhaps fixing the game and its host of problems is not the biggest concern for Raven right now.
However, It is likely only a matter of time before Raven Software responds to the problem. In the meantime, you may want to check out Warzone Season 3’s most broken gun, according to the pros.
Perhaps if Warzones’ issues are becoming a bit too much, you might instead be looking forward to Battlefield 6. A huge new leak has revealed brand-new details about the game, including its own free battle royale experience.
Finally, although Season 3 has just kicked off with an explosive start, you may want to find out exactly when Black Ops Cold War & Warzone Season 4 begins.