news The kernel level anti-cheat is in the hands of cheat makers a little earlier than expected, but it's not a big deal.
Updated A breakdown of the entire Activision Blizzard story so far, and a lawyer's perspective on what happens next.
news Cheaters are reportedly selling "lifetime access" to Vanguard hacks once the game goes live this November.
news The Securities and Exchange Commission is digging into the company's handling of workplace misconduct complaints.
news New chief people officer Julie Hodges takes over "diversity" and "inclusivity" commitment amid California lawsuit fallout.
News Activision Blizzard employees and the Communications Workers of America filed the complaint together.
news Rushman360, who claimed he was hardware banned from Warzone last week, is still in the game, and still cheating.
news The character was named after a former Blizzard employee who departed amid company-wide sexism allegations.
news One Warzone player was locked out of all of their accounts, but was it an anomaly or is Activision making headway against cheaters?