Activision Has Filed an Additional Cease and Desist Letter Against Against Call of Duty Cheat Manufacturer

Activision has filed yet another cease and desist letter against a cheat manufacturer affecting gameplay in Warzone.
Activision has filed yet another cease and desist letter against a cheat manufacturer affecting gameplay in Warzone. | Photo courtesy of Activision

Activision has filed yet another cease and desist letter against a cheat manufacturer affecting gameplay in both Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone.

After successfully filing a lawsuit against CXCheats back in August, Call of Duty game developers has gone back to try and put an end to GatorCheats (at least within the Call of Duty world).

It has since been reported that Activision first filed for this action in May of 2020, with GatorCheats seeming to disregard the letter. However, this time Activision means business. In a statement made by the owner of GatorCheats, Activision hand-delivered this second cease and desist letter in the form of a private investigator.

And according to a second-hand copy of the letter, a "complete stoppage of interaction with and updating of any products related to their client's products." It seems Activision wasn't just content with the cancellation of cheats, but wanted the manufacturer to stop altogether.

With the news of Warzone staying roughly the same even after Black Ops Cold War releases, Activision is going to want to crack down hard on any cheaters invading their engine.