More than 500,000 Call of Duty accounts have been banned by Activision for toxicity

Activision is a developer that has long been struggling with many problems in online games of its most popular franchises, situations related mainly to the players. It is not only about the great plague that the cheats have been in the different titles of Call of Duty but also toxicity plays an important role in the things that the company constantly seeks to combat, in fact, they recently reported that they have had to ban more than 500,000 accounts of these games precisely because of inappropriate behaviour.

Call of Duty games continue to suffer from great toxicity

the saga of Call of Duty It has been one of the most important in recent years and despite the fact that it has become especially known for the large number of cheaters who manage to hack games, the truth is that toxicity is not far behind. That is why 500,000 accounts have been banned for toxicity, issues such as inappropriate names, offensive language and other situations that are automatically banned by the system are quite common in the franchise.

This information about Call of Duty was recently revealed by Activision to demonstrate that the different anti-toxicity and anti-cheating systems are working, but they also reaffirm that they will continue working to improve them even more. It only remains to wait and see what kind of surprises this developer has to offer in the future to combat toxicity, since this is a problem that is not only affecting this franchise but many other online games.

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