Infinity Ward has come up with a brilliant lesson to teach ‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ cheaters.
If you can’t play fair to others in the game, there’s no way that you could be treated equally. It seems that cheaters have no choice but to play others and be beaten at their own game.
The announcement was issued by Innifity Ward on Twitter, here the Woodland Hills, California-based video game developer details its ongoing pursuit to identify ‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ cheaters and imposing certain reprimands as a result of their violation.
It comes after the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare developer took to Twitter to update players on how it would be going about fixing the huge increase in suspected cheaters in the game’s battle royale mode.
Since this week, Warzone and Modern Warfare players who are reported about cheating will be given in-game confirmation as to whether that player has been banned. Also, the matchmaking to match suspected cheaters together was revealed.
Infinity Ward’s announcement comes after a report last week found that many Warzone console players were attempting to get out of crossplay altogether in a bid to avoid the number of cheaters causing havoc on the PC version of the game.
Eurogamer reported that console players who found themselves up against PC cheaters were turning off the feature completely – which is an absolute mission in itself.
On April 13, Infinity Ward said it had issued more than 70,000 bans worldwide to protect players from rogue cheats on Twitter.
“Call of Duty: Warzone” has more than 50 million players worldwide, and the number of banned accounts only accounts for a speck of its audience. Still, it’s a good sign that they are working on way to finally have a common ground for players to be fair when it comes to the battlefield.
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