Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: Season 3 Reloaded Starts This Week - Update Info

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: Season 3 Reloaded Starts This Week - Update Info

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The activation of the major Season 3 Reloaded Update for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone is imminent: Patch 3.5 is expected to be available for download from May 20th. The specific patch notes with all the details of the changes and innovations are not yet available. However, the developers give a brief outlook on the optimizations to be expected on Twitter. With the mid-season update, for example, extensive balancing adjustments of individual weapons are to be implemented. The focus is on optimizations "for all sniper rifles, assault rifles, LMGs and pistols," writes Treyarch about the short message service.

Which weapons screws the developers for the Season 3 Reloaded update for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (buy now € 71.99 / € 53.99) specifically turn, is not yet apparent from the information. It is noticeable, however, that the SMGs of the first-person shooter are not mentioned in the tweet. Accordingly, the values ​​of popular weapons such as the LC10 and PPSH-41 should remain unaffected. As soon as we have the patch notes with the details, you will find out as usual on our website.

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Call of Duty: Warzone 'Cheaters' in Hacking Claims After Half a Million Are Banned

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Call of Duty: Warzone (CoD: Warzone) developer Raven Software said it has banned half a million accounts, but many gamers have claimed they were unjustly removed after being hacked.

The developer said it had removed 500,000 accounts overall for cheating since the game launched in March 2020.

Raven Software also announced last week that it had removed tens of thousands of accounts from the game.

In a Twitter post uploaded on Friday, a Raven Software spokesperson said: 'Banned over 30,000 malicious accounts across Call of Duty yesterday...bringing us to over half a million accounts banned in #Warzone.'

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It is the latest in a series of bans carried out by the game's publisher Activision and Raven Software since CoD: Warzone launched last year.

The majority of bans remove accounts that are determined to have cheated or used illegal hacks.

But, shortly after Raven Software made its announcement, Newsweek found dozens of people who said their accounts had also been banned and claimed they had not done anything wrong, or that they were hacked themselves.

One Twitter user replied to Raven Software's announcement and said: 'My Activision account has been hacked and they unlinked from my Blizzard and changed email and password.

'I am a streamer/content creator and this is absolutely heartbreaking for me and my community who loves watching me play. Hopefully can get a response back soon.'

Another added: 'I was banned yesterday and I have never cheated or used boosts of any kind...good job banning normal players.'

A third commented: 'My account was banned for no reason...15days+ of playing time lost. I did file for the investigation but haven't heard from atvi (Activision Blizzard Inc).'

CoD: Warzone is one of the most popular video games and has steadily built up a player base of millions since it launched on Playstation and Xbox consoles as well as on Microsoft Windows.

According to Statista, the multiplayer battle royale game hit six million players worldwide on the first day it was released.

That figure has since grown to 100 million players, a growth it said was 'in no doubt in part due to the coronavirus pandemic' that forced many to stay at home and turn to video games for entertainment.

CoD: Warzone is one of the latest releases in the long-running video games series that has sold more than 400 million copies since its first game released in 2003.

Newsweek has contacted Activision Blizzard for comment.

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