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By Hassan Sajid September 14, 2022

Activision issues a new Code of Conduct following a 500,000 player ban.

Getting competitive in gaming is acceptable as long as the lines are not blurred between being competitive and getting toxic.

As common as it is for players to get toxic over a video game, Activision has been working hard to ensure every player feels safe and welcome in the Call of Duty universe.

Activision has confirmed that they've banned over 500,000 players for being toxic, disrespectful, using offensive usernames, and text-based chat offenses.

Activision has confirmed that they've banned over 500,000 players for being toxic, disrespectful, using offensive usernames, and text-based chat offenses.

They have an anti-toxicity team responsible for overlooking such activities, and they've forced over 300,000 players to change their usernames.

Call of Duty issued a new unified Code of Conduct with three main values that must be acknowledged in-game in the future games.