Call of Duty players banned from using any third party software
The latest installment in Call of Duty franchise had everyone going crazy and not as surprising as it may sound, there are people out there who have already completed the single player campaign of this installment. And now it is time to hit the multiplayer mode just like it happened with the Battlefield 4. But there are certain hurdles due to the in-game multiplayer glitches and hacks which are a common sight for all gamers and in order to cut down this problem, the developer Infinity Ward has banned all third-party software for PC version of the game.
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So apart from the hackers, the Call of Duty gamers are now playing the game in the multiplayer mode but they are keeping a safe distance from the third-party software. To take on the advancement, some PC gamers were still using the third party software but it seems unlikely that they will be allowed to do so now. The ones who are still planning to do so must be aware of the threat that they will be banned permanently as announced by the game developer on Twitter.
Infinity Ward has done a good job with the Code of Conduct to manage the traffic from multiplayer. This must be followed by all the players to maintain discipline in the game and new rules and regulations will be added with time.