Activision bans another 60,000 accounts for Call of Duty and Call of Duty: Warzone

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Activision said that it has banned another 60,000 cheaters in Call of Duty multiplayer and Call of Duty: Warzone, bringing the total banned to date to more than 300,000 permabans since launch last year.

The post from the Call of Duty staff said it has “zero tolerance for cheaters” and it is working to “identify and address cheat providers at the source, who distribute unauthorized third party software for modding or hacking.” Call of Duty was the No. 1 seller in 2020.

Since launch the company has been fighting cheaters since they ruin the experience for all players. The company said it has performed weekly backend security updates, improved in-game reporting mechanisms,