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  • Cheat maker apologizes for any pain we've caused to players of Call of Duty

    And now cheaters are demanding refunds.

    A high-profile video game cheat maker has apologized for ruining Call of Duty for legit players after a legal threat from Activision.

    CxCheats.net issued a statement on its Discord announcing it had ceased development and support of its Call of Duty cheats sold on its website following a lawsuit from Activision.

    "We apologize for any pain we've caused to players of Call of Duty," reads the message, caught by redditor MrTheRevertz-. It appears the Discord is now offline.

    CxCheat.net's Modern Warfare cheat enabled everything from an aimbot to increasing the radar size in the user interface. It also sold a Modern Warfare lobby tool - although Activision has had a video promoting it removed from YouTube following a copyright claim.

    Currently, the cheat-maker's website does not have any Call of Duty cheats for sale, although cheats for battle royals Apex Legends and PUBG remain available. Its support for Call of Duty cheats already sold has ended, too - much to the annoyance of cheaters who have spent money on them.

    "BO3 menu that I paid $60 for isn't working," said one cheater. "I'll better get a refund."

    As you'd expect, the plight of this particular cheat maker and its customers has been met with little sympathy online.

    "I've never seen something so disingenuous," said redditor maxx1993. "They don't fucking care about the players whose days are ruined by cheaters. Fuck them. I'm glad they are getting sued and I hope it's going to be very expensive."

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