Call of Duty: Warzone
Activision took the unusual step of naming alleged members of the cheat development organization.
Call of Duty: Warzone's new anti-cheat system Ricochet has started rollout in specific regions.
The company pushed out the new RICOCHET anti-cheat system to some users to test its reliability, which inevitably led to it getting into the hands of cheat developers.
Activision announced the launch of a kernel-level anti-cheat system called RICOCHET to fight cheaters.
This massive ban wave brings the total banned accounts since the launch of Call of Duty: Warzone to 700,000.
Activision has been implementing new security features to strangle this underground market.
Several popular streamers complained that there are just too many cheaters in Warzone now, and they are considering quitting the game.
Security researchers at the gaming company published a report that details a hacking campaign that used malware hidden inside a cheat for the popular online game.
The wave of bans is one of the largest-ever for the popular competitive online game Warzone.
Just two weeks after banning 20,000 suspected cheaters, the makers of the popular online game game banned several more players who tried to use the new version of a popular cheat software.
Around 20,000 cheaters, including a streamer and a college football player, were banned from Call of Duty: Warzone for allegedly using a popular cheat.