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  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Confirmed

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Confirmed

    The logo was revealed.

    After teasing fans for a little bit on their social media channels, Infinity Ward revealed the official logo today for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. This will be the 2022 sequel to the 2019 reboot of the first Modern Warfare, which came out in 2007. The first Modern Warfare 2 came out in 2009.

    Confused yet?

    Why am I rambling on about release dates? Because there isn't anything to talk about today besides this new logo reveal. This...
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  • Call of Duty Cheaters Will Now Be Unable to See Other Players

    Call of Duty Cheaters Will Now Be Unable to See Other Players

    ...But other players can still see the cheaters.

    Activision just revealed a rather unique way they are starting to deal with cheaters caught by their Ricochet anti-cheat system. A new update for the Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone anti-cheat will now drastically impede how cheaters can play the games.

    The new system introduced today is called Cloaking. With Cloaking, players that are supposedly cheating will be unable to see other players in the game world....
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  • The #2 Ranked Call of Duty: Vanguard Player Exposes Himself Cheating, Offers Up Lame Excuse

    I feel like we've seen this before...

    Just a couple of weeks back, right near the end of March, we brought you a story about a Call of Duty: Vanguard player that was caught cheating by himself. Today, yet another player outed themselves live on stream, with the only difference being the way it all played out.

    Vanguard's second highest Ranked Play leaderboard position is held by a player known as "pplehx." pplehx also seems to enjoy streaming his gameplay on Twitch....
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  • Call of Duty Player Caught Cheating... By Himself

    Call of Duty Player Caught Cheating... By Himself

    Hoisted by his own petard.

    A Call of Duty: Vanguard player was recently accused of cheating while competing in a recent unofficial paid tournament. The player and streamer, known as Kenji, tried to clear his name by pointing a webcam at his screen while streaming in order to try to prove he wasn't cheating.

    It backfired in the most spectacular fashion.

    This all went down in a 2v2 Search and Destroy match. Though Kenji and his teammate won the match, the results...
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  • Top 5 Esports Games Played Online

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    Top 5 Esports Games Played Online


    Esports have continued to grow in popularity year over year. Nowhere is that more apparent than in some of today's hottest and biggest esports games available right now for anybody to play. Even those that have zero interest in playing these games have started to watch matches online and in-person, even going so far as to choose for and root for their favorite teams or players.

    As prize pools continue to grow every year, it's clear to see that esports aren't going anywhere any...
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  • Call of Duty to Skip Major 2023 Release

    Call of Duty to Skip Major 2023 Release

    A year without an annual Call of Duty release is unheard of.

    There has been a premium Call of Duty game released every year since Call of Duty 2 back in 2005. Prior to that, the first title in the franchise was released in 2003, meaning that only 2004 went without a new entry. Since 2005, new Call of Duty releases were like clockwork. They were as regular as a yearly Madden release or you when eating a diet high in fiber.

    According to an exclusive report from Bloomber...
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  • Microsoft Says Activision Blizzard Will Continue to Release Games on PlayStation Beyond Existing Agreements

    Nintendo will also get the same treatment.

    Microsoft has kicked off what the New York Times is calling a "charm offensive" to help push through its proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard. This is being done in an effort to get the United States government to approve its near $70 billion deal. Microsoft says that they will not give preferential treatment to its own games in its app stores.

    Furthermore, Microsoft says that they pledge to continue to allow...
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  • Microsoft Has a Desire to Continue Releasing Call of Duty on PlayStation

    Well, at least for now.

    After news broke about Microsoft acquiring Activision Blizzard, Call of Duty fans on PlayStation started to get a little antsy. What would happen to their favorite FPS franchise on the Sony platform? Would they have to make the leap to Xbox to continue playing?

    After all, after Microsoft acquired Bethesda Softworks last year, it was revealed that Starfield and The Elder Scrolls 6 would be Xbox console exclusives. Call of Duty fans had that as a...
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  • Microsoft Buys Activision Blizzard in Deal Worth Almost $70 Billion

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    Microsoft Buys Activision Blizzard in Deal Worth Almost $70 Billion

    The dream of Candy Crush on Game Pass is that much closer to a reality.

    Microsoft is a stone's throw away from finalizing a deal for the purchase of Activision Blizzard. The deal sees Microsoft picking up the Call of Duty and Candy Crush developer for a staggering $68.7 billion (USD). Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer spilled the beans in a new posting at the Xbox Wire earlier today.

    This deal seems to have been made at the "perfect" time, at least for Microsoft....
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  • Call of Duty Devs Stage Walkout Over Layoffs

    Call of Duty Devs Stage Walkout Over Layoffs

    Most of the walkouts come from the QA department following layoffs at Raven Software.

    Quality assurance developers alongside some developers from Raven Software are staging a walkout today in protest of the sudden and shocking layoffs that began last Friday. According to Kotaku, these layoffs happened after the staff were previously promised to be given raises by Activision. Raven Software is the studio mainly in charge of the very successful Call of Duty: Warzone battle royale game....
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  • Call of Duty's New Anti-cheat has Apparently Leaked Online Just One Day After Being Announced

    It's already being reverse engineered by cheat makers.

    Over the span of just three days, we had Activision issuing a threat against cheaters, the reveal of Ricochet, the new kernel-level anti-cheat coming to Call of Duty, and now today that anti-cheat has apparently already been leaked. Not only that, but Ricochet is apparently already being reverse engineered by "pay to cheat" (P2C) developers.

    Ricochet as it is known was announced just yesterday for Call of...
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  • Call of Duty's New Anti-Cheat, Ricochet, to Use Kernel-Level Driver

    Call of Duty's New Anti-Cheat, Ricochet, to Use Kernel-Level Driver

    This is about as invasive an anti-cheat as you can get.

    On October 12, the Call of Duty devs issued a vague, ominous, and really cringey warning to cheaters. As it stands, the new anti-cheat for Call of Duty: Warzone wasn't slated to be released until Call of Duty: Vanguard released later this year. So, what then were they teasing to be revealed today?

    Well, it was the reveal announcement for their new anti-cheat. They call it Ricochet, which is not to be confused with...
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  • Call of Duty Cheaters Issued Ominous Threat from Activision

    Call of Duty Cheaters Issued Ominous Threat from Activision

    I guess Activision is... rising up?

    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...
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  • Over 350,000 Racist and Toxic Accounts Banned from Call of Duty in Past Year

    Maybe just stop being racist?

    Activision provided an update today about how they are continuing to combat toxic behavior and racist names in Call of Duty. Over the past 12 months, the studio says that they have banned over 350,000 accounts from Call of Duty: Warzone, Black Ops Cold War, Modern Warfare, and Call of Duty: Mobile. These bans are in addition to their ever ongoing efforts to catch and ban cheaters.

    These are the accounts that have been banned just for having...
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  • Sledgehammer Confirmed as Call of Duty 2021 Developer

    Sledgehammer Confirmed as Call of Duty 2021 Developer

    This year's release will feature a campaign, multiplayer, and co-op.

    It's a new year (relatively) and that means a new Call of Duty is in the works. Though there are several rumors circling about this year's release, there is one thing that we know for certain: Sledgehammer Games is the developer for this year's release. Activision made the confirmation just a short time ago today during the Activision-Blizzard Q1 earnings call.

    Activision says that the game is "looking...
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