Activision have dropped the bomb. The anti-cheating bomb. Call of Duty: Warzone has banned more than 60,000 accounts in one single day. Their crime? Cheating on the game and being caught out by Activision’s new internal anti-cheat software.

This was recently upgraded after wide ranging complaints from players about cheating in the online game. Several high-profile gamers and bloggers had said the Call Of Duty battle-royale was saturated with hackers.

This now means that over 300,000 have been banned for cheating on the game in all. While Fortnite and Fall Guys outsource their anti-cheating efforts, Activision have kept it in house.

“We are committed to delivering a fair and fun experience for all players. This is a dedicated focus for our security, enforcement and technology teams.”

Activision also rolled out further improvements such as weekly security updates, two-step authentication and improved in-game reporting.

Looks like the free ride for the cheats is coming to an end.