The popular survival game Call of Duty: Warzone has a major cheating problem. That’s why the game’s developer company, Activison, has been trying to combat the problem by banning tens of thousands of cheating players in bulk since last year.
Aimed at players using EngineOwning
Video game giant Activison, publisher of the popular Call of Duty: Warzone, announced that Vikkstar123 had banned 60,000 accounts within a day of leaving the game.
In addition, let’s say that the developer company does not mention what cheat software the players, for which it bans thousands of accounts, use. However, according to the allegations, this wave is aimed at customers of a subscription-based cheating system called EngineOwning.
It is also known that the subscription-based cheat program offers cheats not only for CoD games, but also for Battlefield, Titanfall and Star Wars.
Activision reported that it targeted EngineOwning customers when it banned 20,000 accounts in September last year, which had removed all users of that program from the game. In addition to this incident, shortly after the release of the video game “Battle Royal” in April 2020, the company also said that it had disabled as many as 70,000 accounts.
Finally, according to a source named Vice, EngineOwning is “updating” the Warzone trick. At the same time, the Call of Duty team announced that it is “continuing its efforts to identify and address at source cheating providers that distribute unauthorized third-party software for moding or hacking.”