— Activision Help (@ATVIAssist) September 22, 2020
Whereas 2FA and resetting passwords are always useful, even when there isn’t a mass information breach, Activision says these experiences are inaccurate. In a press launch issued on Twitter, Activision writes,
“Opinions suggesting Activision Title of Duty Accounts have been compromised are often not right. We study all privateness points. As always we recommend that players take precaution to protect their Activision accounts, along with any on-line accounts, all the time. You’ll get hold of emails when most important changes are made to your Title of Duty accounts. Within the occasion you didn’t make these changes, please be sure to observe the steps provided.”
It’s unclear the place these hacking experiences originated, nevertheless they unfold far adequate for Activision to concern an official assertion denying the experiences. In any case, for many who did get hold of an e mail claiming your account has been modified with out your information, we recommend resetting your password.Activision is readying the discharge of the next Title of Duty, Black Ops Cold War. IGN has previews for Black Ops Cold War’s single-player campaign and a review-in-progress of the Black Ops Cold War multiplayer alpha.
Matt T.M. Kim is a reporter for IGN.