Call of Duty Announces New Security Updates Banning 6,000 Cheaters

Activision has announced new security updates coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Call of Duty: Warzone after banning more than 6,000 cheaters across both games earlier this month. Cheating in Call of Duty has already been bad before this, but a recent incident this February resulted in a massive surge of malicious players trying to exploit the game. Like many other games in the multiplayer franchise, as well as other FPS titles in gaming history, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone have a long history of players going to great lengths to cheat to win. Less-skilled players would rather use exploits and cheating software to get an advantage over more competitive gamers, a phenomenon that always ends up ruining the experience for many people. For its part, Activision has tried over the years to implement anti-cheating measures, but enterprising cheaters have always found ways to get through.


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