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    Warzone streamers mock Activision after ineffective hacker ban wave

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    Despite the latest banwave weeding out Call of Duty: Warzone hackers, the community is still frustrated and demands Raven have better anti-cheat methods. Warzone major streamers like NICKMERCS, MuTeX, TeePee, FaZe Kalei, etc. argued that the Raven Software ban implemented did not solve the hacking problem.

    For many fans, these banwaves don’t go far enough to fix the actual hacking problems that the game is constantly under siege. So far there has been no comment from Activision regarding any plans to implement a “proper” anti-cheat system.

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