Nowadays, Raven Software is working hard to make Warzone a healthy and balanced shooting range. The numbers also support their aspirations, as they’ve been vetted by half a million fraudsters so far, and now they’ve replaced another 50,000 players.
Raven reported on Twitter that they also fired two waves of waves, mostly cutting off several offenders, but also telling others that it was more broad outside. We assume that the last part is also for hackers who have flooded streams of e-sportsmen to promote their illegal services to Warzone fans.
It’s been a long time since the last anti-cheat update!
two #warzone Ban waves this week. More than 50,000 accounts have been banned combined. 🚫
Target repeat offenders, and much more.
– Raven (RavenSoftware) July 16, 2021
In other ways, the team might have a busy week in the works behind them. They’ve succeeded in stopping a scam that its creator announced would run unnoticed in all games and on all platforms.
In addition to a sharp decrease in the number of crooks, but also a change in the power of weapons, the brigade strives for balance. A few days ago, an update appeared to check most weapons, including reducing the number of damage and increasing the bribery rate.
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