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  • Call of Duty: Warzone Bans Near Half a Million Accounts

    Call of Duty: Warzone Bans Near Half a Million Accounts

    Activision has repeat offenders in their sights.

    Since its release, Activision has banned over 475,000 Call of Duty: Warzone accounts due to cheating. This massive figure was revealed today during their anti-cheat progress report. This total comes right as the studio issued another big ban wave just yesterday, their seventh largest ban wave since February.

    Activision also notes that their security and enforcement teams issue daily bans to individual offenses or repeat...
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  • Respawn Working on Ways to Compensate Players Impacted by Cheaters

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    Respawn Working on Ways to Compensate Players Impacted by Cheaters

    Compensation might be on the way if you lost to a cheater.

    Respawn Entertainment is looking into a system that will apparently compensate players who have had their games of Apex Legends ruined by cheaters. This was revealed in the latest (and first) episode of Respawn Responds, in which the developers tackle some of the community's biggest questions and concerns.

    Game designer Jason McCord talked about the negative impact cheaters have on other players. Should a player...
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  • Over 30,000 Cheaters Banned from Call of Duty: Warzone

    Over 30,000 Cheaters Banned from Call of Duty: Warzone

    Is it enough?

    Raven Software and Activision just brought the banhammer down in full force on Call of Duty: Warzone cheaters. The latest ban wave comes about a month after another massive ban wave. Today's ban total amounts to over 30,000 accounts that have been banned for cheating.

    In total, the studios have banned roughly 100,000 accounts just in 2021 so far. That's the good news.

    The bad news is that it still might not be enough to matter for some players....
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  • Watch Wannabe CSGO Cheaters Get Trolled by Fake Cheat Software

    Watch Wannabe CSGO Cheaters Get Trolled by Fake Cheat Software

    It's one of those "feel good" movies.

    Cheaters. We all hate them. If you ever played Counter-Strike over the many, many years that it's been around, you've probably encountered your fair share of cheaters big and small. We've all probably wanted to do something about it, but we've been at the mercy of anti-cheat software like VAC for ages now. What could we, a lowly player possibly do besides report and cross our fingers that the cheaters would eventually get caught?
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  • Fall Guys Dev Implemented a Secret 'Cheater Island'

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    Fall Guys Dev Implemented a Secret 'Cheater Island'

    A unique form of anti-cheat.

    The developers behind Fall Guys just revealed that they implemented a form of anti-cheat into the game unlike most other games. They called it "Cheater Island" and it was a magical place where a bunch of cheaters could all play together in beautiful cheating harmony.

    The story was detailed in a series of Twitter posts from the official Fall Guys account. You can read it in its entirety over at Twitter.

    In short, Fall...
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  • Cheat Maker Apologizes After Activision Hits Them with a Lawsuit

    Cheat Maker Apologizes After Activision Hits Them with a Lawsuit

    We're sorry...

    Activision has filed a lawsuit against a cheat maker responsible for creating and selling Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone hacks. This lawsuit threat pushed the developer to disable their hacks for all Call of Duty related products and issue an apology to the Call of Duty player base before shutting down operations.

    The statement, which was originally posted to the cheat maker's Discord and relayed via Reddit, finds the cheat makers...
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  • Respawn to Force Apex Legends Cheaters to Play Each Other

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    Respawn to Force Apex Legends Cheaters to Play Each Other

    That's one way of dealing with cheaters.

    Respawn Entertainment, the studio behind Apex Legends, says that they will soon begin to implement a new method of anti-cheat in their still fairly popular battle royale title. Unlike many other methods of anti-cheat, this one aims to issue softbans against known cheaters.

    In short, this means that people who are detected to be cheating will be matched up only against others who have been found to be cheating. These people will...
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  • Apex Legends to Soon Start Penalizing Early Leavers

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    Apex Legends to Soon Start Penalizing Early Leavers


    A new feature is in the works for Apex Legends that aims to penalize those players that leave a game prematurely. Last week's 1.1 update for the game briefly introduced a penalty system for those that left a game before their team was eliminated. This feature was quickly pulled for reasons unknown but some additional details on this new mechanic were shared today from Respawn.

    Community manager Jayfresh shared some details about what they're working on via Reddit.
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  • Respawn Bans Over 355K Cheaters from Apex Legends

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    Respawn Bans Over 355K Cheaters from Apex Legends


    Though it's only been out for about a month now, Apex Legends has already amassed over 355,000 bans courtesy of Easy Anti-Cheat. This announcement came from the latest "Respawn Check In" on Reddit.

    The team at Respawn made sure to inform the community about this in addition to some other details about what they're working on. Some of these details include further measures they're taking against cheating, what they're doing about spammers, how they're tackling crashes,...
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  • PUBG Team Updates Community on Anti-Cheat Efforts

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    PUBG Team Updates Community on Anti-Cheat Efforts


    Today, the Playerunknown's Battlegrounds team provided a letter from the developer that talks about their ongoing anti-cheat efforts. Their letter covers a wide range of anti-cheat related topics such as how they have improved their cheat detection methods to their increases in taking legal action against cheaters.

    The devs note that try to "maintain a much higher level of security than other games." Despite the devs saying that this is a "quick update" on...
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  • Epic Games Buys Easy Anti-Cheat Makers

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    Epic Games Buys Easy Anti-Cheat Makers

    Epic Games, the studio behind a little game called Fortnite, just announced that they have bought the company, Kamu, behind the anti-cheat software that is appropriately called Easy Anti-Cheat.

    Fret not, however, because developer Kamu says that they will continue to work with other developers and other game engines for their anti-cheat solutions. Epic's Tim Sweeney also offered up his own thoughts on this new acquisition.
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  • PUBG Compensates Users that Were Wrongfully Banned

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    PUBG Compensates Users that Were Wrongfully Banned

    Yesterday, the PUBG Corp. announced that some innocent players got caught up in some false positives for their anti-cheat. As a way of apologizing, these users have been unbanned and given a little compensation in the form of 20,000 BP to spend in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
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  • PUBG Compensates Users that Were Wrongfully Banned

    Yesterday, the PUBG Corp. announced that some innocent players got caught up in some false positives for their anti-cheat. As a way of apologizing,...
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  • 15 PUBG Cheat and Hack Developers Arrested Last Week

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    15 PUBG Cheat and Hack Developers Arrested Last Week

    A Steam announcement from PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds says that on April 25, 15 suspects were arrested for developing and selling various hacking and cheating programs that affected PUBG. They went on to say that some of the programs sold also included malicious code that was used to steal user information.
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  • 15 PUBG Cheat and Hack Developers Arrested Last Week

    A Steam announcement from PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds says that on April 25, 15 suspects were arrested for developing and selling various hacking...
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