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BY HASSAN SAJID SEPTEMBER 14, 2022

Activision bans over 500,000 players and issues a new Code of Conduct

When it comes to toxicity, Call of Duty's multiplayer ranks as one of the top games.

This has been an issue not just recently but goes as far as Modern Warfare 2 (2009) and Black Ops 1 days.

You must be familiar with the toxic and abusive lobbies that were largely popularized through memes over the internet.

Activision recently confirmed that it had banned over 500,000 players to date for their toxic and unacceptable behavior.

With a dedicated anti-toxicity team, Activision has also forced over 300,000 accounts to rename since it launched its automated filtering system.

Call of Duty has launched a new unified Code of Conduct for every Call of Duty game moving forward.

Starting from Modern Warfare 2 beta this weekend, players will be presented and asked to acknowledge the new Code of Conduct in-game.