It seems Activision is still fighting against cheaters in its popular battle royale, Call of Duty: Warzone; however, it’s not by ramping up it own anti-cheat. According to a report from Charlie Intel the company has shut down another cheat distributor.
The distributor, a site named CrazyAim, sold various cheats to users, including annoying aimbots. This site would provide cheats for multiple Call of Duty titles, but it mainly focused on on Warzone. If you visit the seller’s site now, you’ll just get an error message.
According to Charlie Intel’s report, CrazyAim’s site isn’t the only part of the distributor that was taken down. The company’s Discord server was also targeted and has also been taken offline. This all happened just ahead of the Call of Duty Season 5 launch.
If Activision did shut down CrazyAim, this wouldn’t be the first time the company has taken action against a cheat maker. The company previously sent cease and desist letters to sellers and shut down YouTube channels that promoted cheating software. They also recently had a cheat developer cease development at their request. In other news, Activision’s parent company, Activision Blizzard, is currently dealing with two lawsuits; one filed by the State of California and the other a class-action lawsuit filed by a shareholder.
Activision isn’t the only company dealing brining the fight to the cheat distributors. Bungie and Ubisoft recently filed a joint lawsuit against Ring‑1, which advertises and sells bundles as part of a subscription service.