‘See you tomorrow’ โ€” Activision warns cheaters of retaliation

Activision posted a message on Call of Duty‘s Twitter account for all cheaters โ€” apparently, they’ll get their due tomorrow. The company reminded that games are fun, and cheatery is constantly trying to ruin that fun. Soon unscrupulous players will know what‘s in store for them.

โ€œDear cheaters, We love games. The game is our passion.

Making games for the best fans in the world is an honor for us. We may be wrong, but we still try our best.

Cheatery spoils all the fun. Nobody likes a cheater.

Our goal is to provide players with fun and fair game. For our developers.

For our fans. And most importantly.

. .

for Call of Duty players all over the world. Cheaters don’t Rady.

We won‘t tolerate cheating, and soon you’ll know what we mean. โ€ Perhaps it‘s an anti-cheat that’s supposed to identify unscrupulous gamblers โ€” the company previously promised that will add it to Call of Duty: Vanguard.

Recall that players faced a lot of cheaters at the start of the Vanguard open beta test. And last month, Activision banned over 50,000 Call of Duty: Warzone accounts.

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