Call of Duty maker Activision is resorting to creative tactics to stop cheaters from whatever new ways they come up with. Their latest attempt is to make everyone else invisible if Activision's kernel-level Ricochet anti-cheat system detects that you are cheating. Practically giving everyone else God-Power, pro-gamer move, one might call.

Not only that, your bullets turn invisible as well if you are caught cheating red-handed. Invisible bullets = you're no longer able to deal any damage to other players even if you go around spraying at random locations.

That's not where it ends. Just in the past couple of days, Activision has banned more than 50 thousand accounts for cheating. Of course, if you are caught cheating and banned for it, your name will also be removed from any leaderboard you might be in.