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Call of Duty: Warzone players have shared footage of a hacker automatically marking all opponents on the map and equipping night vision goggles – an item that’s not even available in the game.
The footage was surfaced by content creator Yungstaz, who was spectating the hacker in-game.
“These are the most advanced hacks I’ve ever seen,” commented one player, before asking the cheater how much they paid for them.
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“I don’t pay anything,” the hacker responded, before adding “I don’t sell,” suggesting they may have created the cheats themselves.
It marked the seventh high-volume set of bans since February 2, when Activision said it had permabanned 300,000 accounts.
In a blog update on Tuesday, Activision said its security and enforcement teams also issue bans on a daily basis for individual and repeat offences.
“We also are tackling the commercial market of cheat providers and resellers,” it said. “This includes suspicious accounts, which are farmed and often sold to repeat offenders. We recently banned 45,000 fraudulent, black market accounts used by repeat offenders.”
Activision also confirmed that issuing hardware bans against repeat or serial offenders is “an important part” of its anti-cheat strategy.