Activision Blizzard is once again going to war over Call of Duty cheats. On January 4th, Activision filed a lawsuit against EngineOwning for creating and distributing cheats for Call of Duty: Warzone. The lawsuit was first noticed by The Verge and six people have been named in the lawsuit.
EngineOwning sells cheats for a wide variety of games including various Call of Duty titles, Halo Infinite, Titanfall 2 and more. The company also sells subscriptions to a special spoofing software made to bypass account bans earned by cheating.
In 2020, Activision shut down one major Call of Duty cheat creator by threatening legal action against them. The publisher also implemented a new anti-cheat system to Call of Duty: Warzone and has banned almost half a million accounts since CoD: Warzone first launched.
EngineOwning hasn't commented yet about this lawsuit against them from Activision.
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