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Xbox Announces New Enforcement System and Future of Call of Duty

Microsoft has recently unveiled a new enforcement system for Xbox that aims to tackle issues such as cheating, profanity, harassment, and hate speech. The system will issue ‘strikes' to players for violations of the code of conduct. Accumulating eight strikes will result in a one-year suspension. However, there are debates as to whether the system is too lenient. Additionally, many are questioning its effectiveness in addressing the problem of toxicity in multiplayer games.

In other news, the release of the highly anticipated Modern Warfare 3 has raised questions about the future of the Call of Duty series. Activision has departed from its usual practice of rotating between sub-brands, sparking discussion about whether the franchise is becoming too dependent on the Modern Warfare name. Recent struggles with Vanguard and the discontinuation of previous series have fueled concerns.

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