Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone still have an issue with cheaters, and developer Infinity Ward doesn’t tolerate it. In a new statement posted on its Twitter, the studio explained the steps it is taking to eliminate foul play for games, as well as what you should avoid doing if you don’t want to be banned.
The full statement, which you can see above, explains that any ban relates to “unauthorized manipulation of game data” and any third-party software used to modify or hack may result in a ban. Aimbots, texture hacks, and trainers are all prohibited, and you shouldn’t try to alter any camouflage patterns you’ve obtained, or attempt to modify your system’s memory to get new gear.
Because it now has to maintain two games instead of its usual, Infinity Ward certainly has its work cut out for it. Modern Warfare’s standard multiplayer matches are nothing like the massive Battle Royale fights of Warzone, but your actions are likely to catch up with you if you try to cheat in either.