If you’ve ever felt cheated at Warson, you’re not alone. Unfortunately for you, the creators of Call of Duty are not very happy with practices like this.
No less than 60,000 people cheated Call of duty: Warson “banned”. In other words, their access to the video game is cut off forever, and if they invest any money in micro transactions or in-app purchases, the money is lost.
This ban wave is not the first, but the third since the game started. Even so, if you do a quick search on Twitter, YouTube or Reddit, you will find that the gesture of activation came too late for a large number of players. In an environment where the internet is full of videos that players boast that computers can cheat, many have already stopped playing Warson.
This is why I left Warsaw: https://t.co/7A18b1Uapp
It blows my mind that players are hacking naked with zero comebacks. This guy airs the 2nd episode and the hours he hacks himself.
This needs to be addressed and fixed Call of duty AvenRavenSoftware pic.twitter.com/jyfoEilyzJ
– Vixstar ★ (ிக் Vixstar 123) January 30, 2021
It has long been known that this game has a big problem with fraud, the big streamers on Twitch and YouTube have announced with trumpets and trumpets that they will not give it a chance. Such a post by the famous Volcker seems to have triggered a permanent ban on the game for about 60,000 people who cheated on the Victor 123.
The situation has become very embarrassing when committing fraud Call of Duty Warson, Because it is packed with people on YouTube who broadcast live how they cheat in the game without any consequences from the developers. It is not clear what fraudulent software the detainees used, but it appears that the engine was Owing. In the past, due to the same program, 70,000 soldiers were expelled from Code Warson in April 2020 and 20,000 in September 2020.
There is no tolerance for cheaters throughout Call of Duty and Warson.
60,000+ accounts are blocked today. Follow AvenRavenSoftware Further # Warson Updates.
Details here: https://t.co/d6De7tY3AB pic.twitter.com/fOGTJ43b8U
– Call of Duty (alCallofDuty) February 2, 2021