Infinity Ward Has Banned Over 70,000 Cheaters on Call of Duty: Warzone - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 14 April 2020 / 2,509 Views
Call of Duty: Warzone developer Infinite Ward announced it has banned over 70,000 cheaters worldwide from the free-to-play Battle Royale game.
"We've now issued over 70,000 bans worldwide to protect Warzone from cheaters," said Infinity Ward via Twitter. "We're continuing to deploy dedicated security updates and work continues on improving in-game reporting. We'll share more details soon. We are watching. We have zero tolerance for cheaters."
We've now issued over 70,000 bans worldwide to protect #Warzone from cheaters. We're continuing to deploy dedicated security updates and work continues on improving in-game reporting. We'll share more details soon. We are watching. We have zero tolerance for cheaters.— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 13, 2020
Publisher Activision and developer Infinity Ward announced recently the game surpassed 50 million players.
Here is an overview of the game:
Welcome to Warzone
Free for everyone. Drop in, armor up, loot for rewards, and battle your way to the top.
A New Way To Battle Royale
Drop In - Join forces with your friends and jump into a battleground with up to 150 players.
Loot for Rewards - Discover supply boxes and complete contracts to build your arsenal and gain an advantage.
Battle to the Top - With two new game modes, Warzone offers a thrilling Modern Warfare® experience free for all players.
Battle Royale - An epic fight for all-out survival. Join the ranks and battle through the massive firefight to be the last squad standing.
Introducing 'Plunder' - Squad up with your teammates in a race to earn $1,000,000 of in-match Cash.
Buy the Battle Pass - Purchase now and access 100 unlockable Tiers of exciting content, including a new Operator, Weapons, XP Tokens, and much more.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.
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