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Activision suing popular hacking installation website



Activision sues the creator of cheats for CoD: Warzone and Modern Warfare

A lawsuit has been filed against CXCheats for illegally creating software to modify gameplay in Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare. CXCheats sells cheats on its website – now all items related to Activision products have disappeared from the catalog, and the remaining hacks for PUBG and Apex Legends are marked as “out of stock” – not even the price of the lots is displayed.

As a result of a lawsuit with Activision, the developers of the cheat apologized and agreed to stop developing and supporting all products or services related to Call of Duty. Also on the site, there was a notice that the company is in no way associated with Activision, Epic, EA, and its subsidiaries.

Twitch previously banned the streamer after numerous complaints from users who spotted a Call of Duty: Warzone cheat. The site rules prohibit the use of such means during broadcasts.

Warzone has faced a lot of cheaters since launching the game on March 13th on PC. The game provides cross-play between PC, PS4, and Xbox, but console players on PS4 prefer to turn off co-op to avoid cheating. This feature is not available for Xbox One players.

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