The free-to-play Call of Duty: Warzone has only been available for just over a month, and it's already issued over 70,000 bans to cheaters. The figure was announced by developer Infinity Ward on Twitter, with the company stating it has "zero tolerance" for players cheating in the game.
One of the most notable examples of cheating appears to be coming from an exploit where players glitch into the walls, allowing them to pick off players while hiding beyond the boundaries of the map. Aim Bots also appear to be another prevalent method of cheating in the game.
In the Infinity Ward Twitter update, the company noted that it'll continue to "deploy dedicated security updates" for the game, and says it'll share more details soon:
"We're continuing to deploy dedicated security updates and work continues on improving in-game reporting. We'll share more details soon. We are watching. We have zero tolerance for cheaters."
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