Call of Duty Cheaters Issued Ominous Threat from Activision

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    I guess Activision is... rising up?
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    Look cheaters, you best not mess with Call of Duty devs because they're one step away from leveling up and you look like just enough XP. If that made you cringe, you're in the right place to see even more cringe.

    The Call of Duty twitter account issued a weird, kind of ominous, kind of cringe-filled threat to cheaters today. In their all caps message, the account said that "CHEATERS AREN'T WELCOME" and that "SOON YOU'LL KNOW WHAT WE MEAN." They're issuing this warning because the devs "LOVE GAMES" and say that it's their "PASSION."

    Alright, let's just see their whole message that was shared on Twitter.


    Look, Activision, nobody that cheats in your games or any other games care that you like games or are passionate about games. It's also weird to make a distinction between "FANS" and "CALL OF DUTY PLAYERS."

    Without a doubt, Call of Duty: Warzone is in need of some additional form of anti-cheat. The game has been jam packed with cheaters for quite a while now, despite having banned hundreds of thousands of accounts.

    A new anti-cheat solution wasn't supposed to arrive until Call of Duty: Vanguard was released later this year and integrated into Warzone. Maybe they're ready to bring that new anti-cheat to the live game sooner than they expected. We'll just have to wait and see what happens tomorrow.

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    • cikame
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      cikame commented
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      They made some very big strides in anti cheat during MW2019's life, at least bigger than i've seen elsewhere, but for every win they had it felt like just as quickly new cheats were made, so i wonder if provoking cheat makers isn't just going to embolden them to work harder.
      The other worry is that Activision are about to enable the worlds most aggressive anti cheat client and cause all kinds of problems for everyone.

    • Shawn Zipay
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      Shawn Zipay commented
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      cikame Hey, so about that worry... It's a kernel-level anti-cheat, similar to Valorant's. https://www.callofduty.com/blog/2021...r-call-of-duty

      So yeah! Hey, worst case scenario confirmed. Awesome.

    • cikame
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      cikame commented
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      Expect the worst, hope for the best :P
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