Infinity Ward has banned over 50,000 cheaters from the game since the start of battle-royal game Call of Duty: Warzone . The developer writes this on his website. The game is available for three weeks.
The 50,000 people with a ban cannot return to the game. The message states that in Warzone "there is no tolerance for cheaters".
According to the makers, security teams of the game monitor every moment of the day whether there is cheating. "The teams are looking at all possible cheats and hacks, including bots that help aim."
The techniques to detect cheaters are not discussed in detail. Game makers never do that, so as not to give cheaters something to hold onto.
Infinity Ward says it will remain transparent about the number of suspended players in the future. "There is no one-size-fits-all solution to stop cheaters, but we will continue to track them down. We are committed to providing an enjoyable and fair gaming experience."
In Call of Duty: Warzone, 150 players are dropped in a city. They look for better equipment and weapons to defeat other players. Eliminated players can return to the playing card by winning a one-on-one battle with another shot player. Whoever remains last wins the game.
The game is free to play on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
VideoWatch the trailer of Call of Duty: Warzone here