Call of Duty Warzone Bans More than 60,000 Accounts

The other side of the story is the irrelevant ban of other game accounts. A lot of people, primarily those account holders, on EngineOwning's official discord criticized this incident.

Call of Duty Warzone
Call of Duty Warzone

Call of Duty Warzone bans over 60,000 accounts in the remaining third wave. This comes after Activision eliminated over 70,000 cheaters in the first two phases. Because the developers are looking more serious this time, the ban would be permanent, say Vice reports.

The pro-gamer Vikkstar publicly announced on his Twitter that the Call of Duty Warzone is in the worst possible state. So blaming hackers and cheaters, he is taking off from Warzone. He tweeted,

The fact players can live stream themselves blatantly hacking with zero repercussions blows my mind. This guy is 2nd prestige & broadcasts hours of himself hacking.

The sources confirm that the developers, to wipe out hacking accounts, targeted cheaters using EngineOwning. “We are working to update the cheat”, say cheat developers on EngineOwning’s site.

The other side of the story is the irrelevant ban of other game accounts. A lot of people, primarily those account holders, on EngineOwning’s official discord criticized this incident. Hacks banned by Activision include Aimbots, Wallhacks, trainers, stats hacks, texture hacks, leaderboard hacks, injectors, hex editors.

Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play battle royale video game released on March 10, 2020, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. The game is a part of the 2019 title Call of Duty: Modern Warfare but does not require the purchase of it and is introduced during Season 2 of Modern Warfare content.

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