Call of Duty Warzone Banned Players Will Be Banned for Vanguard
Apart from the piling litigations, Activision’s greatest problem is currently cheaters. Many Calls of Duty fans have had to abandon the series because of hacker attacks on their properties. They have confirmed that Vanguard will be subject to bans from Warzone. This is a way to keep Call of Duty Vanguard safe from hackers, cheaters, and other toxic jerks.
CharlieIntel confirmed that bans are being carried over, which may be a relief for many. CharlieIntel tweeted: “If your account or hardware is banned in Call of Duty: Warzone, you will be banned from playing Call of Duty: Vanguard. For cheaters, Discords/forums etc. It’s obvious, but I don’t know why. “But I thought I’d share it with you.”
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This is in addition to the recent reports that Call of Duty gamers are experiencing Hardware Bans. Hardware bans will mean that not only the account you have been using to access the software will be removed, but also your entire computer will be banned. This is a great way to prevent cheaters from making new accounts each time they are caught. Many of those cheaters have been banned from the computer for life.
Eurogamer mentions a tweet that could be a problem for Activision. Twitter user who was banned in Warzone purchased Vanguard after realizing that they were also banned in both. Activision will need to address the problem of the banned player paying first for the game before realizing they can’t play it.