It’s no secret that cheating in online multiplayer games is a growing problem in the gaming industry. Online hackers who can use advanced technology to cheat at online games are smart and often know how to work within the systems in place to help circumvent the cheating software. The use of cheat software can be found in games ranging from console and PC games, to mobile games. In fact, cheat software that can be found online are so advanced that they are able to cheat against a wide variety of games, including PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

According to Kotaku, over the last few months a new software program called XAutoAim has emerged. The program claims to use artificial intelligence to sharpen your aim while playing video games. Though it’s hard to know exactly how effective the software is, it is simple to use and has sparked a lot of controversy due to the perceived cheating that it allows.

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Reports surfaced this week about a new, advanced cheat program that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to help unscrupulous players cheat in popular FPS games like Call of Duty. Although the effectiveness of the auto-targeting, auto-locking, and other anti-competitive features of the new cheat program was not initially clear, Activision has already begun to take action against it, suggesting that the program is a real threat and will likely work as advertised. A video shared by the anti-cheat police on Monday shows that the cheat program is so perfect that it even works on consoles.

Ladies and gentlemen, introducing a new generation of cheating that is now available on consoles, and has been available for a while, but lately it has become more popular and is becoming a trend, consoles are no longer a safe place to play legally pic.twitter.com/iEQzPVF1h

– Anti-Fraud Police Department ️ (@AntiCheatPD) July 5, 2021

Activision is now aware of the console cheats and will probably squash them. They’ve started shutting down YouTube channels that promote cheaters, it’s good for the community pic.twitter.com/e6Y2DjCflk

– Anti-Fraud Police Department ️ (@AntiCheatPD) July 8, 2021

The promotional video states that it uses artificial intelligence to recognize elements of the video footage passed through the PC software, such as. B. Enemy movement and the specific weapon used to activate the auto-aim and auto-shoot cheats. Although the cheat is still available for purchase, the ACPD notes that Activision’s removal of the videos shows that it is aware of the existence of cheats and has likely begun taking steps to combat them.

Sources: ACPD, VGC, Kotaku

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