Scammers are already sabotaging Call of Duty: Pioneer’s multiplayer beta

Call of Duty: Vanguard It hasn’t been launched for a few months, but players have already reported that cheaters have penetrated into the game-they have broken the cross-platform Beta testing this weekend.

As you can see in the various videos embedded below (thanks VGC), this weekend gives cheaters a chance to show off their muscles with players who just want to watch this year’s main Activision game.

Cheating in Call of Duty is nothing new-in fact, earlier this year, Activision was forced to cancel an “undetectable” cross-platform “Warzone” cheating. Raven, the lead developer of Warzone, also pointed out that cheaters have “ruined some of their best works” in the past. Then, scammers continued to haunt Call of Duty. As shown in the various videos on this page, cheating is not an isolated issue and only affects one or two games. However, hopefully this problem will not continue into the full version of the game: Warzone and Vanguard will both get anti-cheat systems later this year. Activision seems very confident that this will solve some of the main problems of malicious players in the game, but only time will tell whether this is enough to stop the wave of cheaters.

Warzone developer Raven Software has been caught in a long-term battle, trying to seize control of the game from the cheaters, and promised to update the evil activities in the game every month, and even increased the frequency and severity of its ban wave in order to stop hackers.

Call of Duty: Pioneer Released November 5 And the new theater map.

Activision Blizzard was recently accused by the State of California of fostering a culture of discrimination, abuse, sexual harassment, and more complaints primarily directed against Blizzard. This has caused some people in higher positions to leave the company.

Since the allegations were made public, Activision has issued a public statement on the lawsuit and the allegations made by current and former employees against it. One of them comes from the company’s main boss, Bobby Kotic, who promised that the company will “continue to investigate every claim” and that Activision will take decisive action without hesitation.

However, many people do not believe that Activision Blizzard has gone far enough to solve the core problem. Employees from various departments of the company formed a coalition, calling on the CEO to decide to introduce a union-breaking law firm to investigate various claims and so on.