Another site containing Call of Duty cheats has been shut down by Activision Blizzard.
Call of Duty always had its fair share of cheaters since the days of Xbox 360 and PS3. However, the company has decided to take extreme measures to prevent cheating by shutting down all the sites that sell relevant illegal programs. According to a Discord post by GatorCheats, Activision Blizzard first sent the site a cease and desist letter back in May 2020, but the site owners ignored the warning and continued to offer support to those who had already bought the cheat. Unfortunately for them, this September, a person hand-delivered a second cease-and-desist letter to the owner of the site, which indicated that if they didn’t completely remove the cheats from their site, they would move forward with litigation.
After the second warning, the site decided to fully remove all Call of Duty related cheats from the site, as well as urging all customers to not seek out cheats from “alternative sources. One month ago, Activision closed another cheat site as well called CXCheats. Cheating is a huge problem on these FPS and battle royale games, with Infinity Ward already banning more than 70.000 players for cheating. The fun part is that even one of Call of Duty: Warzone’s streamer, MrGolds, revealed on a live broadcast, by mistake, that he is cheating.