Waiting for the start of Season 5, Call of Duty: Warzone continues to struggle with cheater issues. Yesterday, the development team, Raven Software, announced a new wave of bans with over 50,000 accounts involved. This is yet another attempt with which the team is trying to “clean up” the game. It should also be noted that Raven Software he also anticipated the arrival of important news over the foreseeable future. Warzone may soon be able to count on a sistema anti-cheat able to prevent one of the main problems of the title.
Anti-cheat system coming to Call of Duty: Warzone?
The announcement arrived in these hours on Twitter, by Raven Software, bodes well for the future. Warzone could, in fact, be able to count, very soon, on a really effective anti-cheat system and able to prevent the cheater problem. The battle royale of Call of Duty has long had to deal with this delicate situation. In the past, in fact, there have been several waves of player bans like the last one involving 50,000 accounts.
New details soon
Raven Software, while not going into the details of the matter, anticipates the arrival of new information soon. For Warzone players, the arrival of a new anti-cheat system could guarantee a marked improvement in the gaming experience. We’ll see what the team’s announcements will be over the next few weeks.