Did you know that Activision can permanently ban your Call of Duty: Warzone account if you violate their Code of Conduct?
Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 Reloaded dropped two weeks ago with fresh content for players to enjoy. Prime Video’s The Boys Operators are now available for purchase, and Vondel Battle Royale is finally live. Plus, fans can unlock the MX Guardian for another overpowered weapon to use on Al Mazrah, Ashika Island, or Vondel.
With Warzone Season 5 set to launch on Aug. 9, 2023, all players will want to make sure they are avoiding any actions that can get their Warzone account permanently banned before the rumored Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 reveal event in Warzone.
5 Ways to Get Your Warzone Account Permanently Banned
There are a handful of ways to get your Warzone account permanently banned by Activision. If you commit one of the following acts, you can expect to be banned from Warzone:
- Using third party software
- Harmful language in text or voice chat
- Exploiting glitches
- Threatening another player
- Repeated Violations
The list is fairly straightforward, but of course one of the biggest violations of Activision’s Code of Conduct is using third party software to cheat in Warzone. Although Activision is slow to eliminate hackers from lobbies, you do not want to be caught when they do their next sweep.
As with any video game, there is no place for harmful language or threats. Another player can report your actions and get your Warzone account permanently banned. Exploiting glitches that give you an advantage over others can also get Activision to kick you off the servers.
Sometimes players can receive temporary bans or warnings, but if you rack up enough infractions, there is a high probability your account will be permanently banned. Play by the rules, don’t harass anyone and you should be fine.