A recent wave of bans of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone accounts swept up a number of players who said they were perfectly innocent. Now, Activision seems to be quietly cleaning up the mess.
Grand Theft Auto Online on PC has always had a problem with hackers and modders. But the situation has gotten much worse after the game became free on the Epic Games Store last week.
Players of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s large-scale “Ground War” mode have discovered several ways to get underneath the floors or inside the walls of the game’s maps, letting them kill other players with impunity before raining down nukes.