In Call of Duty: Warzone, there was a mass block of 20,000 players

In Call of Duty: Warzone, there was a mass block of 20,000 players

Activision has canceled the accounts of 20 thousand subscribers who used a cheat software to win easy. Among them is a famous Twitch streamer, Wagnificent

Call of Duty: Warzone (photo: Activision) Cheating at video games is dishonorable. This is the lesson learned by some 20,000 Call of Duty: Warzone players whose account Activision deactivated, as they caught cheating using a popular trick for this type of game. Motherboard tells it.

On September 28th Activision, developer of the popular first person shooter videogame, dropped the scythe definitively and without recourse on many users, after noting that they were using Engine Owning, a software capable of to activate different tricks within the game.

Automatic aiming, seeing through walls, infinite bullets and immortality are just some of the features that can be activated thanks to the trick. Engine Owning, however, boasts of the fact that it is undetectable by the classic systems used by video game developers to identify cheaters. On the site that distributes the trick, you can see that it is still active and not yet detected for many other video games.

Current state of EngineOwning in video games where it is used to cheat Unfortunately for the 20 thousand cheaters identified by Activision on Cod: Warzone the cheat has been identified and users who used it have lost the privileges to play again. They will be forced to open a new profile losing their scores.

Among the accounts that have been banned is that of Nick Wagner, a Twitch streamer known under the pseudonym of Wagnificent. The ban came to him during a live stream while playing the video game. "Account permanently banned" read the message. “It's rare for a particular trick to last long without being detected at some point,” a former Activision employee told Motherboard: “It's always like cat and mouse game, people who actively use tricks should understand. that it is very likely that at some point they will be blocked and that they will have to blame only themselves ”.

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