Welcome to GGN, where we bring you the latest news from the gaming world. This week's episode features some exciting updates from the gaming industry that are sure to interest our gamer readers.


Activision Trolls COD Cheaters

Activision has found a unique way to combat cheating in Call of Duty, stealing cheaters' weapons, making enemies invisible, and preventing them from scoring killshots. While this approach may seem controversial, it's a creative strategy to improve the anti-cheat system and create a fair gaming experience for legitimate players.


PC Game Pass Expansion

Microsoft is expanding its PC Game Pass subscription service to 40 more countries, providing gamers with access to a diverse library of PC games through a monthly subscription. This move reflects Microsoft's commitment to making subscription-based gaming the new norm.

More Xbox 10-year Deals

Xbox CEO, Phil Spencer, has announced another 10-year deal with British mobile operator and ISP, EE, promising to bring flagship Activision titles to the cloud. This deal aims to alleviate concerns about potential anti-competitive practices and provide gamers with seamless access to their favorite titles.

PC Game Pass availble in more countries


As a global marketplace for gaming services, GameBoost is thrilled to see these developments in the gaming industry. We believe that fair play is fundamental in gaming, and any steps taken towards improving the gaming experience for legitimate players are steps in the right direction. Stay tuned for more exciting news from the gaming world, and don't forget to follow us on social media for the latest updates. Game on!