However, Call of Duty focuses on zero tolerance for cheaters across the game including combat for both cheaters and cheat providers. Earlier, the company banned 60,000 accounts for confirmed cases of using cheat software in Warzone.
Recently, the developer has taken another step of baning accounts across the Warzone. The developer of the Warzone maintains their efforts to identify and address cheat providers at the source distributing unauthorized third party software for hacking.
Another ban wave today across #Warzone. Stepping up anti-cheat efforts on all fronts. More to come. Let’s keep Warzone clean!
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) February 9, 2021
In addition, security and enforcement teams have further measures this year to destroy cheaters and cheat providers.
The company knows cheaters are regularly on the lookout for vulnerabilities and they identify and prevent scammers, including aimbots, wallhacks, trainers, stats hacks, texture hacks, leaderboard hacks, injectors, hex editors, and any third party software that is used to manipulate game data or memory.
Since its launch developer has taken a number of dedicated actions:
- Weekly backend security updates.
- Improved in-game reporting mechanisms.
- Added 2-factor authentication, which has invalidated over 180,000 suspect accounts.
- Eliminated numerous unauthorized third-party software providers.
- Increased dedicated teams and resources across software development, engineering, data science, legal, and monitoring.
In addition, developers are increasing their efforts and capabilities in these key areas:
- Enhancements to our internal anti-cheat software
- Additional detection technology
- Adding new resources dedicated to monitoring and enforcement
- Regular communication updates on progress; more two-way dialogue
- Zero tolerance for cheat providers
- Consistent and timely bans