Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Activision dichiara guerra ai cheater

Regardless of the game we're playing, finding yourself online and being taken down by an aimbot shooting through a wall is never cool. In fact, many software houses are starting to take increasingly serious measures against cheaters and, above all, those who create these software to gain an advantage in the game. In fact, the recent example of Destiny 2 has also been joined by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (you can book it on Amazon) which has even raised the bar.

Unlike Bungie, in fact, Activision has decided to take the authors of the cheats to court not only to obtain compensation. According to the creators of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, in fact, companies such as EngineOwning, already sued, do not limit themselves to ruining the game for the correct users but carry out real criminal activities. The accusation for these companies is in fact that of racketeering, the penalties for which even include imprisonment for those who are guilty of it.

According to the authors of Modern Warfare 2, the authors of cheats have a real organization. The activities in question, with a network of collaborators that operates not only in the United States but also abroad, would be comparable to a real extortion. The authors, in fact, through some accomplices, sell their software to users who use them to take advantage of the game. In this way, an illegal sale of these programs is created which generates a real market.

To see the launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 we will still have to wait for the end of October. However, the beta currently underway was enough to clarify what Activision's policies will be towards incorrect users. To find out if these increasingly harsh legal actions against those who use and produce cheats could finally mark the turning point for online games but it will take time to make this happen.

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