New World banned nearly 8,000 Bot accounts as Amazon took action to keep the game fair

Had interested community excessive suspicion bothers New world, as the Amazon team works to figure out what the balance for the future of gaming will look like. They are exploring server consolidation and migration, all while working to ensure that they are working dedicatedly against bots and potential miners.

In a statement provided to, Amazon said,

“We are aware of player reports of increased bot activity in New World. Bots pose a nagging challenge to MMOs, and our team has deployed dedicated tools and resources to identify and combat them. We are committed to continuous improvement in the fight against bots, and yesterday alone we banned more than 7,700 accounts from using bots. Our goal is to make sure New World is fun and fair for all players. We will post updates to the New World forums and Twitter as we have them. ”

When New world kicked off a bumpy road, team keep working to fix the problem and respond to concerns. In addition to banning bot accounts, they have taken measures such as limiting and then verifying, the Steam family of account sharing, and making changes to progress early to reduce rewards and gold for starting beginning makes trying and starting new characters less lucrative to harvest, for RMT, or scam.

They also have banned miners, removed the server transfer token for new characters as of November 22nd, they explained that after granting the account a server transfer token, most of the players who wanted to transfer had already migrated the kernel. their object. The ability to start a character on a server with a low population, level, and harvest with little competition, and then move somewhere densely populated was problematic.

Server consolidation is also a popular topic, as the Amazon team is looking for the right way to do this and handle both balance and stability. This week New world update booked technical base for server consolidation, so the job of banning bots and scammers and tightening things up should also contribute to the desired stability. New World banned nearly 8,000 Bot accounts as Amazon took action to keep the game fair


Hung is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Hung joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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