Call Of Duty: Warzone Console Players Turning off Crossplay to Avoid PC Cheaters

Call of Duty has a major problem with cheating and console players are suffering too with their cross-play functionality.According to Infinity Ward, the developers behind Call of Duty, at least 70,000 people have already been banned from Call of Duty: Warzone for using aimbots and other cheating tools.

There will always be cheaters in multiplayer games online but it’s never really been a problem on the PlayStation because of the lengths you’d have to go to enabling cheating software.Standard Modern Warfare multiplayer of course has a problem with this, but even the battle royale mode for the online Call of Duty game is suffering.Infinity Ward has acknowledged the cheating and said: “We are watching. We have zero-tolerance for cheaters”.

Cheating has been a real issue in Modern Warfare and Warzone. The latter has been an especially difficult game to police for developer Infinity Ward because it’s free-to-play and those who insist on playing deviously have much less to lose if they’re caught and banned. If you need Buy Call of Duty CP Coins, you can visit our site 5mmo.com.

As Eurogamer observes, on the PS4, it took a few minutes to get into a Warzone lobby with crossplay disabled, compared to about 30 seconds with the feature turned on. That’s quite a difference, and in fact, on the PlayStation, if matchmaking is slow the game will actually prompt you to turn on crossplay to more speedily find a lobby.

Since crossplay means console players will be more likely to run into this kind of player, the only viable option for many seems to be to disable the feature until a more reliable solution comes along. Clearly this isn’t something the vast majority of players want to have to do, as being able to play with mates who might not own the same platform as you is kind of the whole point of crossplay.

How to catch Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Freshwater Goby

Fishing is one of the primary pastimes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and living on an island presents many opportunities to catch a wide range of fish, from freshwater fish in your island’s rivers and ponds, to ocean fish and other sea creatures from the vast blue sea. Fish can be sold, handed into the museum, given as gifts to villagers, and even displayed in aquariums in your home. What you do with them is up to you.

To start, the Freshwater Goby in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is not exceedingly rare, as it is available in both the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere year round. That said, fans should know that it spawns only between the hours of 4pm and 9am, and players that are on the hunt for ACNH’s Freshwater Goby should plan their fishing excursions accordingly.

Additionally, fans should make sure that they are fishing in the correct locations, as Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Freshwater Goby only appears in rivers. In these waterways the fish appears as a small shadow, and ACNH players that catch all of the small shadows that they see will eventually bag themselves a Freshwater Goby. By the way, you can buy Cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Tickets from 5mmo.com, where you can enjoy a 3% discount by using the code “5MMO”.

It is worth mentioning that players can use fish bait in New Horizons to speed up the process of catching a Freshwater Goby. Indeed, every time fish bait is thrown into a body of water a new fish will spawn, and players can continually throw the craftable item into rivers to get a steady stream of small shadow fish. While not every small shadow that fans catch will be a Freshwater Goby, it should not take too long for one to appear.

To summarize, players can find a Freshwater Goby in New Horizons from 4pm to 9am at any point during the year. These fish appear in rivers as small shadows, and fans can use fish bait to gain access to many fish of this size. All it takes from there is a bit of patience, and once a player catches a Freshwater Goby, they can then donate it or sell it at Nook’s Cranny for 400 Bells.

Tons of new things are happening in Animal Crossing: New Horizons this month

Animal Crossing: New Horizons was already providing us with a ray of sunshine in gloomy times, and there’s yet more good news on the way, as the game is getting two free events next month.

First, a couple of events are scheduled to occur for April in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The first event, which is called Bunny Day, was already commenced a couple of days ago, and the other, which will celebrate Earth Day, is set to occur sometime this month.

Bunny Day – A new event to celebrate Easter in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. As previously mentioned, the event is already live in the game until April 12, via a new update that brought the adorable yet slightly creepy Zipper T. Bunny as a visiting character who will also serve as Bunny Day’s host. Throughout the event, players  will find literal Easter Eggs scattered across the island, which they need to obtain DIY recipes that will only be available during Bunny Day. If you need Buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Tickets, you can visit our site z2u.com.

Bunny Day runs only between 1 April and 12 April, after which you’ll have to wait until next year to see Zipper and his eggs again.The second event is themed around Earth Day, which in previous games has been referred to as Nature Day.No specific date was given for the event, but the real Earth Day is 22 April, so it’s obviously going to be sometime around then.

Although Animal Crossing: New Horizons won’t pressure players to talk to villagers, continuously ignoring them will result in them leaving the island. Apart from talking to them on a daily basis, players should also be aware of each villager’s birthday so they can attend their parties and even give them gifts on their special day. Of course, if the player is not to keen on a certain villager, they can always select them to leave the village, but ignoring them completely will do the trick.

3M will boost U.S. production of its N95 respirator masks to 50 million per month by June

3M Co. said Tuesday it will boost U.S. production of its N95 respirator masks to 50 million per month by June, the latest ramp-up in manufacturing of one of the most important pieces of coronavirus-fighting protective gear.

Maplewood, Minn.-based 3M (NYSE: MMM), one of the world’s largest makers of the N95 filter masks, has steadily boosted its production capacity in recent months as demand for the masks has exploded. Health systems around the country are facing shortages of the masks, which are largely made abroad — often in countries facing their own coronavirus outbreaks.

Just a week ago, 3M said it was “operating at maximum production” for the mask, turning out more than 100 million of them per month — 35 million of those in the United States. But it pledged to bring more production online and double output again, to 2.2 billion masks per year, in the next 12 months. If you need Buy the Surgical Mask, you can visit our site z2u.com.

At least some of that production increase is coming in the United States. Making 50 million masks per month represents a 40 percent increase over current levels.In a statement, CEO Mike Roman said that 80 percent of the U.S. N95 supply is going to health care customers (the N95 masks are also used in food production, pharmaceuticals and energy sectors) and that 80 percent of the masks destined for health care are being shipped through 3M’s existing distributors; the rest are being sent to the federal government for distribution.

Even with the new production, Roman said that “the reality is that demand for N95 respirators is much higher than the industry’s ability to deliver.” So 3M is working with undisclosed sterilization companies to find a way to safely clean and reuse existing masks — something many hospitals are trying on an ad-hoc basis to stretch their existing supplies.