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New Activision job listing states Warzone is coming to mobile

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A new Activision job listing on the company’s site is stating that Call of Duty: Warzone is coming to mobile devices in the future.

The job listing – called Executive Producer, Features – says that the job is for “WZM,” which appears to be the codename for Warzone Mobile.

It also says that this job is for a “new mobile FPS in the Call of Duty Franchise.” “As Executive Producer, Features you will own product framing and player experience of a new AAA mobile FPS in the Call of Duty franchise.

The listing states that this person has to “harvest, adapt and deliver the essential features from Warzone console and PC into their best mobile instantiation.”

Further, the listing states that this person needs to learn how to adapt Warzone into a mobile experience and understand what aspects of the mode need to carry over. The console experience can be somewhat replicated on mobile thanks to advancements in mobile development over the years.

Improve upon the Warzone formula by proposing and producing mobile-specific additions and changes to features to ensure a best-in-class mobile experience that players will love.”

Serve as primary point of contact on Warzone Mobile leadership team for clarity and decisions on user-facing features, UX and overall quality.”

Call of Duty: Warzone released on March 10 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC as a free to play game part of the Modern Warfare world. It will be expanded to connect with Black Ops Cold War this fall.

Call of Duty: Warzone has seen incredible success the last several months, with the game getting over 75 million players. A release on mobile would help expand the title to more regions worldwide where consoles and PCs are not as accessible.

Activision already has a mobile Call of Duty game, that is free to play and features its own Battle Royale mode. The BR mode in Call of Duty: Mobile has locations from the Modern Warfare and Black Ops mode combined into a singular experience.

This appears to be a different FPS mobile Call of Duty game that will bring Warzone’s experience to players on the go. It’s not clear who is developing this new Warzone mobile experience.

Stay tuned for any updates on this.

The job listing is viewable here.

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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.

Now, Activision has confirmed they are aware of the issue.

“We’re actively investigating an issue where some players are experiencing crashes,” reads the 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.

Feature Image above is example what the error looks like.

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Sources: Streamer ‘Wagnificentt’ banned from Warzone for using ‘EngineOwning’ cheats

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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. Users of ‘EngineOwning’ on the forum have said that they want a ‘refund’ from EngineOwning for false advertisement.

One of the users who has been banned is smaller streamer known as ‘Wagnificentt.’ He posted on socials that his account was ‘permanently’ banned from accessing Warzone.

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 was banned for using EngineOwning cheats in Call of Duty: Warzone. The ban was not an error.

One of the things about EngineOwning that made it more appeasing was that the site could not even be detected on streams either. This meant followers who were watching streamers could not detect it themselves while viewing.

He posted another tweet, which he has now deleted, saying it is “ignorant” for everyone to assume that his ban was related to EngineOwning ban wave. But we’ve heard the EngineOwning ban wave is the reason for his ban.

His tweet even says “it needs to be addressed” as to why he was banned.

Infinity Ward does not comment on individual bans.

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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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