Call of Duty: Warzone Bans Over 60,000 Cheaters

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Activision is cracking down hard on cheaters and start banning Call of Duty Warzone cheaters in what’s said to be one of the biggest waves of bans ever for the game.

The company banned more than 60,000 cheaters in the new ban wave, according to Vice, which heard of this wave of bans from three sources close with Activision. This is the third large wave of bans since the game’s release in 2020. Over 50,000 players were banned in the first wave last April and more than 20,000 last September.

This ban comes after famous Warzone streamer, Vikkstar123, announced that he would no longer play the game. He revealed his sentiments found throughout the Warzone streaming community right now the game is in a very bad state due to hackers and cheaters.

Vice said this ban wave is for the cheaters using EngineOwning as all EngineOwning account holders using the software to cheat have been “wiped out.” On EngineOwning’s site, the cheat creators say they are working to refresh the cheat, according to Vice.

The EngineOwning Discord channel is packed with account owners shocked that their accounts have been banned by Activision.

This brand new ban wave came out of nowhere considering that Activision warned of incoming ban waves before started the ban wave in past cases. Activision set out at that time what software they deem worthy of a ban and it added”aimbots, wallhacks, trainers, stats hacks, texture hacks, leaderboard hacks, injectors, hex editors, or any other software used to modify game data or memory.”

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