Activision Confirms No Call Of Duty Accounts Have Been Compromised
"Reports suggesting otherwise are not accurate," Activision says.
Earlier today reports emerged that claimed some Call of Duty Accounts were compromised, but this is not the case, a spokesperson for Activision tells GameSpot.
"Activision Call of Duty accounts have not been compromised. Reports suggesting otherwise are not accurate," the spokesperson said.
Activision also stressed that it takes privacy seriously and it investigates security issues. The company also advised players to use these various methods to make sure their accounts stay secure. As always, it's never a good idea to use the same password for different services, and it's smart to change your password often anyway.
The Call of Duty franchise is currently riding high thanks to the free-to-play battle royale game Warzone that has reached millions of players. The mainline series is also enjoying success with Modern Warfare, and potentially more in November with Black Ops Cold War. Cold War is a direct sequel to the original Black Ops, taking place in 1981. In addition to multiplayer and campaign, the game brings back the fan-favorite Zombies mode.
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