Activision has taken the authority to impose a ban on all accounts. According to the official Call of Duty account, Activision has banned 90,000 accounts from Call of Duty in a matter of days. This applies at most to Call of Duty: Warzone or Vanguard.
These bans were enforced in multiple waves. Activision did not provide additional details about the offences that led to these bans. However, it is believed that they were related to cheating, hacking and other manipulations that are against the call of duty accounts rules.
These bans are part of Activision’s continued expansion of Ricochet Anti-Cheat software, released in 2021 to Call of Duty: Vanguard. Activision has created this new server-side anti-cheat program to clean up the battlefields of its Call of Duty games.
Ricochet’s PC kernel-level driver is installed on the PC. This has been controversial because of privacy concerns. Activision claims that the software runs only when Warzone is started. It also says that it only examines information about Call of Duty and not other files on your computer.
Crossplay was introduced in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Players who want to play online now need to log in to their Activision accounts. Cross-platform play is possible with performances.
Cross-progression is also possible with Activision accounts. Your Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game progress is saved on your Activision Account. You can also play on any other platform linked to your Activision Account, and your progression will carry over. Activision before you can start playing for the first time.
You can use the same Activision account you used to take part in the Beta Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. You will not be eligible for bonus content if you use another account to participate in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta.