Meet the Ban Hammer …and the MW3 Code of Conduct


No, that’s not it. What it really is… is… well, look for yourself.

But wait, there’s more! Not only did Robert tweet a photo for us, he also posted the MW3 code of conduct!

Here’s how not to get banned. And how to get banned.

When playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 online, either in multiplayer or Spec Ops mode, we encourage you to play fair, have fun, and be respectful of other online players. To assist us in keeping the online components of Modern Warfare 3 fair, fun, and safe for all players; we regularly monitor stats, review player reports, and take action on player behavior that violates the spirit of the game. Below are examples of what type of behavior could lead to your account being banned from playing, stats reset, wiped or prevented from appearing on the leaderboards, or restricted in other ways from participating in the online components of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

Boosting – Any player demonstrating ‘game abuse’ in the form of organizing cooperative or single game play for the purpose of gaining experience, prestige, score, weapon levels, icons, titles or other related in-game unlocks.

First Offense: With proper verification, user is banned for 48 hours and a stats reset.

Second Offense: With proper verification, user is banned for 48 hours and a stats reset, and a permanent ban from leaderboards.

Third Offense: With proper verification, user is perm banned.

Cheating – Any player demonstrating ‘game abuse’ in the form of unknown boosting, glitching, hacking or other related offenses for the purpose of gaining experience, prestige, score, weapon levels, icons, titles or other related in-game unlocks.

First Offense: With proper verification, user is banned for 48 hours and a stats reset.

Second Offense: With proper verification, user is banned for 48 hours and a stats reset, and a permanent ban from leaderboards.

Third Offense: With proper verification, user is perm banned.

Glitching – Any player demonstrating ‘game abuse’ in the form of organizing cooperative or single game play for the purpose of gaining experience, prestige, score, weapon levels, icons, titles or other related in-game unlocks. Examples: Exploiting map holes, the javelin glitch, and participating in modded lobbies

First Offense: With proper verification, user is banned for 48 hours and a stats reset.

Second Offense: With proper verification, user is banned for 48 hours and a stats reset, and a permanent ban from leaderboards.

Third Offense: With proper verification, user is perm banned.

Hacking – Any player demonstrating ‘game abuse’ in the form of modifying the executable or creating infected lobbies with or without the purpose of gaining experience, prestige, score, weapon levels, icons, titles or other related in-game unlocks.

First Offense: With proper verification, user is console banned.

Offensive Behavior – Any player demonstrating in-game verbal abuse, harassing, or other related behavior deemed as universally unacceptable to other players.

First Offense: With proper verification, user is banned for 24 hours

Offensive Gamertag – Any player demonstrating an offensive in-game gamer tag, to be decided as universally unacceptable to other players.

First Offense: With proper verification, user is reputation banned 5000. A reputation ban that exceeds a certain threshold can lead to bans from playing.

Source theCoDdaily

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Posted on January 13, 2012, in Call of Duty, COD Friday and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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