Call of Duty MW2: Activision launches the hunt for toxic players

There is nothing worse in an online game (aside from bugs) than having to suffer from the toxicity of certain players. Recognizing this, Activision wants to protect you from this on Call of Duty.

Anyone who has ever played a game Call of Duty or most online FPS is familiar with the toxicity of other players. Insults, sexism, racism, homophobia, and sometimes even apology for war crimes, everything happens when a player who does not control himself is angry. Activision therefore wishes to significantly improve things on its Modern Warfare 2.

Call of Duty wants you to be well online

As Activision explains in his blog, call of duty now has a totally revamped reporting system to report offensive behavior with new penalties to punish the recalcitrant. If a player is confirmed to be offensive in a voice chat, the new system now allows the moderation team to “voice mute” that player globally. In detail Activision also explains:

Likewise, our system may restrict text chat functionality for players who are found to be abusing the in-game world chat..

These features will also launch with Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 later this year and are fundamental to all future CO titles.D coming.

This new reporting system and moderation features are the hard work of Infinity Ward, High Moon Studios, Sledgehammer Games, Demonware, Treyarch and Activision Player Support, etc.

Call of Duty, anti-toxic system.

The new player reporting system also allows you to submit additional context. Players can report cheating, text chat spam, and making offensive comments via text or voice. You can see an example of this in the image above. It looks quite simple and intuitive while still allowing Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 to be a nicer place to hang out in multiplayer.

What do you think of this new anti-toxi systemthistee? Do you frequently refer players online?

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