Call of Duty and cheats, that's a combination we can't seem to shake these days. Just now it was all about a streamer who exposed himself as a cheater. Now it's all about a manufacturer of cheating programs for online shooters like Call of Duty, who has apparently been sued by the people in charge at Activision Blizzard.
At least for a short time a screenshot made the rounds on Reddit (via Eurogamer and PC Gamer), on which a statement of the cheat manufacturer could be seen. The statement said that they were sued by Activision and therefore agreed to stop the development and support of Call of Duty-related products. These products will henceforth be discontinued and everyone should be aware that using third-party programs in Call of Duty can result in a ban penalty. It goes on to say that they want to apologize for all the pain they've caused Call of Duty players.
Meanwhile, by the way, not only is the screenshot offline, but so is the Discord channel where the statement was banged out, as well as the website where cheats for games like Apex Legends and PUBG could previously be found. Fair-playing gamers should be happy that there's one less cheat manufacturer on the market. Customers, meanwhile, are annoyed that their expensively paid programs now no longer work due to a lack of support and updates.
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