According to the reports, Activision is cracking down on racism in its latest game, Call of Duty. As part of this effort, the company stated that it has banned more than 350,000 accounts with bad behavior (reported by other players) or using racist names. In addition, the company has added some new methods to detect this behavior and eliminate unwanted accounts.
According to Activision, the strike has actually lasted for a year, and the games covered include War Zone, Modern Warfare, Black Ops Cold War, and even the mobile game Call of Duty: Mobile.
In addition, the company also stated that they have also introduced a new in-game filter that can identify offensive profiles, usernames and tribal tags and filter off offensive text chat messages. These filters now support 11 different languages. However, the company said that this is just the beginning and plans to introduce more features.
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Activision stated that they will increase their efforts in a number of areas, including adding more technologies to capture racism and sexist behavior, investing more resources in detection and enforcement work, increasing the transparency of the Call of Duty community, and improving the transparency of the Call of Duty community. Various implementation policies provide a consistent and fair review, etc.
The company also mentioned that it will take steps to address harmful behaviors in voice chats and expand the control and ability of players to report such content and behaviors of other players. Activision said in a statement: “We know that we still have a long way to go to achieve our goals. This is just the beginning. Solving this problem is an ongoing commitment that we will not give up.”
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