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Call of Duty: Warzone Behind the Scenes Video

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Activision has released a new YouTube video showcasing behind the scenes of the development of Call of Duty: Warzone.

Warzone was released on March 10 as a free to play game with Battle Royale and Plunder modes, and was developed by Infinity Ward and Raven Software.

You’ve played. You know. Now take a look behind the scenes of Warzone.

Hear from the devs on how they created this new game:

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Modern Warfare devs investigating PS4 blue screen after Season 6 update

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Following the newest update for Modern Warfare, which started Season 6, many PlayStation 4 users are experiencing issues playing the game.

With the recently update, PlayStation 4 players are getting a crash blue screen while playing matches of Modern Warfare MP. Some PC players are also experiencing issues.

PS4 players are seeing CE-34878-0 PS4 Error Code throughout their time playing Modern Warfare or Warzone after the recent update.

The blue screen issue started to happen after the Season 6 update, which went live on Sept. 28 at 11PM PT.

Activision has now confirmed they are aware of the issue.

We’re actively investigating an issue where some players are experiencing crashes,” reads a new tweet from Activision’s Support account.

There’s no indication yet as to when players can expect an overall fix for the crash error that is occurring in Modern Warfare and Warzone.

Stay tuned for any updates on a fix for this error.

Feature Image above is example what the error looks like.

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20,000 users banned in Warzone in recent ban wave, including streamer

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Update: VICE News reports that, according to their sources, over 20,000 accounts were banned as part of the new ban wave that occurred recently. This ban wave was in part due to new detection of the EngineOwning cheats.

VICE echos what we originally wrote too, stating that their sources also state Wagnificentt’s ban was in part because of the EngineOwning cheat being detected.

Here’s what their report had to say:

People familiar with the matter told Motherboard that Wagner was a user of a specific cheat, called EngineOwning, that was detected by Activision. That’s what prompted his ban. 

An Activision spokesperson confirmed to VICE that a ban wave was issued on Monday, September 28, as the company continues to crack down on cheating in Call of Duty.

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This morning, we reported that a popular Call of Duty: Warzone cheat site EngineOwning was being detected by Activision and Infinity Ward.

EngineOwning site updated their status page earlier this week to state that Modern Warfare and Warzone are no longer ‘safe’ to use their cheats as their cheats are now “detectable.”

With this being change, Infinity Ward appears to have sent out a ban wave over the weekend for all those using this cheat site’s software. Users of ‘EngineOwning’ on the forum have said that they want a ‘refund’ from EngineOwning for false advertisement.

One of the users who was part of this ban wave is an upcoming streamer known as ‘Wagnificentt.’ He posted on socials that his account was ‘permanently’ banned from accessing Warzone on September 28.

He claims in a tweet he was “falsely banned” and “deeply confused” about his ban. The tweet was met with many of his fans responding asking Activision to free his account.

However, according to what we’ve heard, Wagnificentt’s ban was part of the ban wave that was issued after the studio started detecting EngineOwning cheats in Call of Duty: Warzone.

A feature of EngineOwning that has been called out is the site could not be detected on streams. This meant followers who were watching streamers could not identify cheats themselves while viewing.

He since posted another tweet, which is now deleted, saying it is “ignorant” to “ignore everyone” that is banned close to a ban wave being the cause of his own ban.

His tweet says “it needs to be addressed” as to why he was banned, but we’re not sure if the studio plans to publicly address each ban wave that goes out.

We have no information suggesting he actually used any cheats, but we are able to report that his ban was part of this specific ban wave itself. There has been false bans reportedly occurring in the past, and the studios have been evaluating all of them on a case by case basis.

We have no other information to share on this ban wave at this time. We will update if we learn more information or if there is a public statement released by either Activision or Infinity Ward.

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‘EngineOwning’ cheats detected by Warzone as users get banned

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Another massive cheat creation site called “EngineOwning” is now become unusable in Call of Duty: Warzone.

Infinity Ward, alongside Raven & Blizzard, appear to have found a way to detect users who are using cheats from the ‘EngineOwning’ website late last week.

Since then, users who have been using cheats from EngineOwning have been banned and forced to stop using their cheats in Call of Duty: Warzone.

EngineOwning updated their website to state that Warzone’s cheats are now been ‘detected’ by the developers, meaning they can ban all who are using this cheat in game.

Following this update, users on the site’s forum have started to whine and cry about being banned for using a cheat advertised as “undetectable.”

Update: EngineOwning reached out to ask us to clarify that they do not advertise their cheats as “undetectable” but rather they advertise their software as “merely undetected.”

Here’s some of the cheaters, whining on the site (via @ProRebornYT).

One user said he wants a “refund” on the cheats and game:

Another user complained that the site should stop advertising as “undetectable” as now their accounts are banned.

This ban wave appears to have gone out with even a new patch update, as these messages were posted over the past weekend.

Activision has also been pursuing other cheat creator websites with legal cease and desist orders and lawsuits, forcing them to remove all Activision related cheats from their website.

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