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Activision is taking action against AI-powered ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ cheats

The studio has started cracking down on auto-aim software which is being used in games like 'Call of Duty: Warzone'

New ‘Lost Judgment’ trailer reveals fresh fighting styles, dance routines and a dog sidekick

Free next-gen upgrade also available for both PlayStation and Xbox

UK Games Expo 2021 reverses previous stance and now will take extra Covid precautions at in-person event

The tabletop gaming showcase won’t require masks, social-distancing or a negative test to attend

Ashwarya – ‘Nocturnal Hours’ review: a sleek introduction to a budding pop provocateur

The India-born, Melbourne-raised artist has crafted a alternative pop sound with room for boisterous bangers and quiet intensity

Creeper talk ‘American Noir’: “If you want something super serious, we’re just not the band for you”

Will Gould on what to expect from their upcoming EP, plus what became of material recorded with Blink-182's Travis Barker

Frances Forever: “The song is connecting because of the lack of representation for gay music”

The Boston artist has built on 'Space Girl's astonishing viral success, establishing themselves as an artist that's listening to and growing up alongside their fanbase

Black Honey live in Kingston: despite the setbacks, the Brightonians are a band unleashed

Izzy B. Phillips and co. prove you can can't keep them down as they triumph at this socially distanced gig

The Lazy Eyes: Sydney psychedelic rock upstarts bringing the escapist jams

Every month in First On, we introduce a shit-hot artist you’d have no doubt seen opening the bill for your favourite act. The Lazy Eyes talk their Melody’s Echo Chamber-influenced ‘EP2’ and why they’re not afraid of the Tame Impala and King Gizzard comparisons

Download Festival 2021 review: the new generation upend legacy focused rock-fest

The new generation – represented by Loathe, Static Dress, Wargasm and many more – rule at this thrilling pilot event
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