Steam proprietor Valve Software has apologised after its cheat-detection software banned over twelve thousand innocent Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 players.
Is Valve banning innocent gamers? That's what disgruntled Modern Warfare 2 gamers have been claiming over the past week. Apparently Valve's Anti-Cheat software (VAC)--built into Steam--is kicking out MW2 gamers for alleged cheats.
Can you say milking the players?
Despite our sources insisting that nothing had been set in stone yet on the pricing for the first Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Map Pack (also known as the “Stimulus Package”), it would appear that Activision will be trying to milk both the players and franchises for all that they are worth when the Map Pack drops on the Xbox 360 on March 30th.
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