Infinity Ward is coming down hard on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone cheaters, and warns that more banwaves are coming for those who are found guilty.
Infinity Ward posted the warning on Twitter, and explained more about how it determines who is considered a cheater;
- Cheating will not be tolerated. More banwaves are coming. If you receive a ban it is for unauthorized manipulation of game data. Don’t fall for unscrupulous services offering cheats and modifications, there are fraudulent. For a list of security and enforcement policy details, please visit https://support/activision.com/mwpolicy
- Please do not use unauthorized 3rd party software to mod of hack. This includes tools such as hex editors, that equip items you have not acquired properly. We define this as cheating and there is no place for that in our game. This is a bannable offense and you risk losing your account.
- Unauthorized 3rd party software includes, but it not limited to aimbots, wallhacks, trainers, stats hacks, texture hacks, leaderboard hacks, injectors, hex editors or any software used to deliberately modify game data or memory. Don’t do it. This may result in being banned.
- Avoid tutorials and services that offer ways to modify your camo. Anything that suggests altering the memory on your console or PC in order to acquire new gear, items or loadouts beyond what is offered in-game is a hack, and is considered cheating. We will enforce accordingly, which may result in being banned.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone are both currently in their fourth season, which looks to be wrapping up on August 4, 2020.
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As for the future of Call of Duty, we still haven’t heard about 2020’s Call of Duty, although an alleged alpha version has appeared on the Microsoft store and is called The Red Door.
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