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by Call of Duty Staff on February 02, 2021

We have zero tolerance for cheaters across Call of Duty and Call of Duty: Warzone™. Our focus is to combat both cheaters and cheat providers. Today we banned 60,000 accounts for confirmed cases of using cheat software in Warzone, bringing our total to date of more than 300,000 permabans worldwide since launch.

We are also continuing our efforts to identify and address cheat providers at the source, who distribute unauthorized third party software for modding or hacking. 

We are committed to delivering a fair and fun experience for all players. This is a dedicated focus for our security, enforcement and technology teams.

Since launch we’ve taken a number of dedicated actions:

·      Weekly backend security updates

·      Improved in-game reporting mechanisms

·      Added 2-factor authentication, which has invalidated over 180,000 suspect accounts

·      Eliminated numerous unauthorized third party software providers

·      Increased dedicated teams and resources across software development, engineering, data science, legal and monitoring

In addition, we’re increasing our efforts and capabilities in these key areas.

·      Enhancements to our internal anti-cheat software

·      Additional detection technology

·      Adding new resources dedicated to monitoring and enforcement

·      Regular communication updates on progress; more two-way dialogue

·      Zero tolerance for cheat providers

·      Consistent and timely bans

The security and enforcement teams have additional measures coming – both preventative and enforcement – throughout this year to root out both cheaters and cheat providers.

We know cheaters are constantly looking for vulnerabilities, and we continue to dedicate resources 24/7 to identify and combat cheats, including aimbots, wallhacks, trainers, stat hacks, texture hacks, leaderboard hacks, injectors, hex editors and any third party software that is used to manipulate game data or memory.

Our ongoing security and enforcement efforts are franchise wide across WarzoneModern Warfare® and Black Ops. For Warzone communications, the Warzone development team at Raven Software will take the lead on sharing updates going forward. We will provide monthly updates at a minimum, and when possible, weekly updates to the community. Please give them a follow here: @RavenSoftware. For the latest security and enforcement policy details, please visit: https://support.activision.com/warzonepolicy.

There’s no place for cheating. We’re committed to this cause. We are listening and will not stop in our efforts.

Thank you.

GTA Online Heist Cayo Perico Heist Expansion Takes You To A New Island, Playable Solo

You can play the new heist with others or by yourself, and it involves a submarine HQ.

Following some teases, Rockstar has announced the next heist update for Grand Theft Auto V's multiplayer component, GTA Online. The Cayo Perico heist is different in that it's set on an entirely new location, the titular Cayo Perico island.

The heist is said to be the "biggest GTA Online adventure ever," tasking you with breaching Cayo Perico, which is described as "one of the most secure private islands in the entire world." You'll be stealing art, gold, and drug money while dealing with the island's security.


Rockstar says it's taken a "brand-new approach" to heist design for Cayo Perico. One major component of that change is the ability to play the heist with three other players, as per usual, or to take on the challenge by yourself. It's unclear if you'll get any kind of AI backup, but it sounds as if you'll be going it alone.

You can get a brief look at what to expect in the video above, which shows off the island and the "very heavily armed" submarine that serves as your headquarters. Rockstar says there are surprises in store for players, but you can also expect new social spaces where you can dance and party, new vehicles and "tactical" weapons, guest DJs, and new radio stations with more than 100 new songs to listen to.

The Cayo Perico heist releases for free on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on December 15. The console versions are both playable on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, respectively, with native versions of GTA V on the way.

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The Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War beta already has some cheaters


And console players are once again turning off crossplay to avoid them.

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It's incredibly embarrassing. We get invited to play some Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War with our buds on their consoles, and what do we do? We infect them with lice. Yep, a new Call of Duty means that once again scoundrels using hacks on PC are ruining it for everyone. 

The Cold War beta is open to all at the moment, and has been extended until October 20, but this opening of the floodgates has allowed the cheaters to experiment with disruptive behavior before the game's even released. There's quite a bit of footage of hacks in action doing the rounds already, and as Eurogamer's noted, console players are responding by turning off crossplay

Crossplay is great. It keeps populations up, improves skill-based matchmaking, breaks down arbitrary platform barriers, and it's something loads of people have passionately advocated for—especially when Sony dug its heels in—so it sucks to see it undone by the presence of a comparatively small number of killjoys. It happened in Modern Warfare as well. 

Once the beta ends tomorrow, everything will be wiped clean, making it even more pointless. It's not a shortcut to progression, because there is no meaningful progression, leaderboards or any kind of glory. While no doubt frustrating, however, this will hopefully give Treyarch a better idea of what it needs to prepare for when Cold War launches on November 13. 



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