Activision Had to Ban 6,000 Call of Duty Accounts in a Week

26-02-2024, 02:00
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Activision has taken drastic measures to combat cheating in the game Call of Duty, announcing the blocking of more than 6,000 accounts for violating community rules.

"As a result of monitoring weekend activity and purposefully reactivating this updated system, #TeamRICOCHET was able to identify and block over 6,000 accounts for cheats and hacking between February 16 and February 20."

The wave of bans was aimed at rogue accounts in Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone. The studio has, among other things, disabled in-game code for time-limited privileges such as super speed. The publisher is also testing additional security updates to strengthen the game's integrity.

The developers recognize that the number of unscrupulous players is getting out of control. The game's official Twitter account wrote:

"Top 250 ranked lobbies crawling with obvious cheaters is SUCH a bad image for Call of Duty."

As the wave of bans aims to restore fairness and integrity to the Call of Duty game, players can count on Activision's continued vigilance in combating cheating and maintaining a level playing field.


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