Activision Bans Over 27,000 Call of Duty Accounts in Weekend Ban Wave
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Activision Bans Over 27,000 Call of Duty Accounts in Weekend Ban Wave

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Activision recently announced that they have taken action against over 27,000 Call of Duty accounts during the weekend. This move comes as part of their ongoing efforts to improve detection systems and enhance security measures within the game.

According to reports from Charlie Intel, the ban wave was carried out by the #TeamRICOCHET, who utilized upgraded detection systems to identify and remove accounts engaging in malicious activities.

As a result of the ban wave, Activision is now working on implementing additional security updates and has hinted at more waves to follow in the future.

The ban wave coincided with the launch of Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone Season 3, which introduced new content such as six new 6v6 multiplayer maps. Warzone Season 3 also saw the return of Rebirth Island and the introduction of Resurgence mode, allowing players to respawn as long as a teammate remains alive.

In addition to the multiplayer updates, Zombies mode received a new story mission, a fresh Dark Aether Rift, and a new Warlord character known as Rainmaker.

Furthermore, a dataminer uncovered details about a potential new multiplayer map called 'Get High,' offering a unique vaporwave environment with parkour-based gameplay.

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