Here’s What A COD Vanguard Account Boosting Farm Looks Like

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Hacking. Disinformation. Surveillance. CYBER is Motherboard’s podcast and reporting on the dark underbelly of the internet.

Last week, Activision released the latest installment in its massively successful Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Vanguard. Days later, people working in the underground world of video game cheats and bots are already working hard to create and sell accounts with boosted stats and weapon skins.

The TikTok account “CodBotServices” has published several videos of their elaborate account boosting farm. The videos show several screens running multiple accounts each, connected to more than 25 controllers. 

As Waypoint has previously reported, Call of Duty accounts which contain in-game items like the Damascus weapon skin, which can take hundreds of hours to unlock via playing multiplayer matches, can sell for as much as $2,000. Rather than put in the time and effort themselves, some players choose to pay services to “boost” their account and unlock those items for them.

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