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Video game cheating is back in the headlines

Video game cheating has been around for as long as video games. But the eternal issue has once again hit the headlines – and developers are struggling to cope.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Destiny 2, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Valorant have all been under the spotlight recently for cheating, with players reporting matches ruined by aimbots, wallhacks and other prohibited power ups.

Cheating is a prominent issue for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and its free-to-download battle royale Warzone, with Infinity Ward recently announcing it had banned over 70,000 Warzone cheaters alone. And just this week, under pressure from its community, Infinity Ward announced it had stepped up its war on cheaters, saying it had devoted extra resources to combat cheating, and it would force suspected cheaters to play against each other.

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