On February 2, Activision dropped bans on 60,000 Call of Duty: Warzone players, bringing the total number of bans to 300,000 and the American company made this statement on their official website.
Fast forward to the latest news, Activision announced that the bans in Call of Duty: Warzone reached 500,000. The ban included cheaters and cases of fraud and misconduct.
In Call of Duty: Warzone there are even user accounts that have been hacked and there those who take on a hacked account, run on it with exploits, such as aim bots and various other cheats. Activision is stepping up its efforts to track down cheaters, banning hundreds of thousands of such accounts. Also, many Call of Duty: Warzone players and influencers have opposed cheating. For example, Jack Dunlop (CouRage) managed to spot hackers on his livestream, report them and ban them.