Call of Duty: Warzone is currently in a crazy state.
If you tried to play Call of Duty: Warzone today, you have most likely encountered some important issues. These issues occurred earlier this morning, and there were still some incidents for home console players. However, no PC problems were reported at all.
Although this happens frequently, the servers have been down for some time and the number of player bans has skyrocketed. There has been an extremely unusual number of player bans this week regarding the latest incarnation of Call of Duty: Warzone. 70,000 to be exact (and count).
If this were World of Warcraft, I would not be surprised. The amount of modding and scam people put into this game seems endless, but for Call of Duty? Especially on the console? Seems pretty strange.
Infinity Ward only released this official statement a few hours ago.
We have now issued over 70,000 bans worldwide to protect #Warzone from fraudsters. We continue to provide dedicated security updates and continue to improve in-game reporting. We will provide more details shortly. We look. We have no tolerance for fraudsters.
– Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 13, 2020
Many people have already written back on Twitter in response to Activision / Blizzard. Most have thought and complained. Most tweets are devoted to the lack of warzone time and the people who complain about the apparent amount of scammers. However, this tweet stood out.
Thank you for keeping an open line of communication.
I really hope that @Activision will track down and sue the people who created the cheats like Epic did to stop cheating on their game
– Jack "CouRage" Dunlop (@CouRageJD) April 13, 2020
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