Call of Duty: Warzone Bans

Speaking of cheating, Activision announces it has been hard at work banning toxic users from Call of Duty: Warzone, the free-to-play battle royale. In concert with these efforts is an updated Code of Conduct explaining the company's stances on toxicity and unfair play. This presents core values which one would hope most players would follow naturally: "Treat everyone with respect, compete with integrity, and stay vigilant." There's more on the victims claimed by the banhammer in this blog post:
We know addressing toxicity requires a 24/7 sustained effort. Since our last Call of Duty® community update, our enforcement and anti-toxicity teams have continued to progress, including scrubbing our global player database to remove toxic users.

  • 500,000 accounts banned to date
  • 300,000 accounts renamed since launching our automated filtering systems
  • Added additional languages for in-game, text-based chat and name creation moderation bringing the total to 14 languages*