Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone both still have a problem with cheaters, and developer Infinity Ward isn’t tolerating it. In a recent tweet, the studio explained that it is not even close to done with bans for cheaters. It also explained what it considered cheating so you can avoid getting banned accidentally. pic.twitter.com/G25uIEFcHd — Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) July 24, 2020The full statement, which you can see above, explains that any bans are related to “unauthorized manipulation of game data” and any third-party software being used to mod or hack can result in a ban. Aimbots, texture hacks, and trainers are all banned, and you should not attempt to modify any of the camouflage patterns you’ve obtained, nor should you try to alter the memory on your system to get new gear.Because it has to maintain two games now instead of its usual one, Infinity Ward certainly has its work cut out for it. The standard Modern Warfare multiplayer matches are nothing like Warzone’s enormous battle royale fights, but your actions are probably going to catch up to you if you attempt to cheat in either of them.July ends today, and Activision has yet to detail… Read full this story
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