Players are getting killed by cheaters even in the game's beta, but there is no reason to panic yet.
This massive ban wave brings the total banned accounts since the launch of Call of Duty: Warzone to 700,000.
The maker of a cheat system that used machine vision and promised to work on any game and any platform shut down after receiving a request from Activision, the developer said.
The company said the hackers targeted video games in China, potentially to cheat and compromise their accounts.
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The wave of bans is one of the largest-ever for the popular competitive online game Warzone.
Activision's new shooter isn't out yet, but people who find ways to subvert the game's code, bypass the game's anti-cheat system, and help players cheat are ready to cash in.
'Destiny 2' cheat maker PerfectAim is no longer offering its services after getting a cease and desist letter from Bungie. Why don't game developers stop all cheaters this way?
The popular online game is riddled with cheaters and bots. So this coder decided to make bots that go after cheaters and other malicious bots.
Around 20,000 cheaters, including a streamer and a college football player, were banned from Call of Duty: Warzone for allegedly using a popular cheat.
This web designer turned hacker troll has tricked hundreds of cheaters into downloading programs that actually make them kill themselves and punish them in CS:GO and PUBG online games.