Is it enough?
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Raven Software and Activision just brought the banhammer down in full force on Call of Duty: Warzone cheaters. The latest ban wave comes about a month after another massive ban wave. Today's ban total amounts to over 30,000 accounts that have been banned for cheating.

In total, the studios have banned roughly 100,000 accounts just in 2021 so far. That's the good news.

The bad news is that it still might not be enough to matter for some players. As these bans come in waves and are merely account based, all a banned user has to do to circumvent this latest wave is to make a new account and continue cheating until the next wave hits. Battle.net accounts are free. Warzone is free. It's a never-ending battle that won't really change until the anti-cheat begins to ban immediately upon detecting the cheats in use on a user's system. Warzone's anti-cheat reportedly bans based on a user's unique hardware ID. However, most of the still undetected (so they claim) cheats have ways of spoofing these hardware IDs.

At least something is being done. For now, legitimate users can hop on with the knowledge that there are at least 30,000 fewer cheaters roaming the servers. That is, at least until those users make new accounts and join the game again.