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Activision vs. Cheaters: The Battle Heats Up

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Cheat sellers threaten to flood Call of Duty with free hacks. What's next, giving hackers power-ups?

In a dramatic turn of events, cheat developers from EngineOwning have thrown down the gauntlet at Activision. After being ordered by the court to hand over a hefty $15 million and surrender their website domain to the gaming giant, EngineOwning has signaled its intention to appeal.

Activision, known for their popular *Call of Duty* series, now faces new threats from the cheating group. EngineOwning has vowed to produce even more sophisticated cheats and make them freely available if Activision continues the legal battle. The group has also prepared backup domains, ready to keep their operations running indefinitely.

A Looming Threat

The conflict escalates as EngineOwning's representatives claim they will develop *advanced cheating tools* that could potentially disrupt the game for its loyal fanbase. These new hacks would be available at no cost, adding a new level of chaos to the ongoing feud.

Activision's Legal Challenge

The court ruling which demanded EngineOwning to pay a sizable sum and relinquish control of their website is a direct jab at the cheats peddlers. However, Activision's victory might be short-lived, as the cheat developers show no sign of backing down. The scene is set for a prolonged legal and digital battle, as each side readies their next move.

The Future of Fair Play

Activision stands firm on their grounds to protect their game's integrity, while EngineOwning continues to devise new ways to sidestep legal restrictions. The conflict raises broader questions about the ongoing struggle between game developers and hackers, and what it means for the future of online gaming.

Stay tuned as this story develops, revealing the next chapter in the nail-biting standoff between Call of Duty's creators and the persistent peddlers of digital deception.

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