Too much Gamerscore

Hello,
Not quite sure where this is supposed to go, so I took a shot

A few days ago, when I was playing some Call of Duty: World at War, I joined a modified Zombie-lobby. Sure as hell, I was enjoying the mods, flying about like the boss, and having a hovering car above my head. But all of a sudden, my game froze, and I was disconnected for a brief time. It turned out my Xbox was overworked unlocking all the game's achievements. I remember only obtaining one achievement in the game, and now I have every one except for some DLC-related ones.

So I wondered if there is any way to remove this from my Gamerscore? I don't really care that it's there, but I don't want Xbox LIVE staff to apprehend it as me cheating, and therefore bann me, or perhaps reset my G. I E-mailed and discussed the issue with the Swedish support for a couple of days, but they redirected me here, since they were not allowed to answer those kinds of questions.

Kind regards,
Andreas Håkansson

 

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Last updated July 5, 2018 Views 3 Applies to:

I wouldn't be worried so much about the gamerscore as I would be about the fact that you just came onto the xbox forums and admitted to taking part in a lobby that is explicitly against the ToU and CoC.

Achievements rung up would have only meant a reset of your gamerscore.  Knowingly taking part in a modded lobby can result in a gamertag ban and loss of all DLC./MS Points/Gold membership on your account.

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You basically screwed yourself up

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Before patronizing me, I must add that I didn't join a modified lobby on purpose (perhaps it's no excuse, but I am merely human). It's just that EVERY single game on World at War is modified today. I urge you to go online yourselves and try to play a few games without stumbling across one. Eventually, you just go "aww, hell with it", and play whatever lobby you join.

I remember this being an issue with Modern Warfare 2 as well, but at the time I played MW2 seriously, so me and my friends always disconnected from the modded games. Then, due to a patch, I think, the issues of modded lobbies were no longer present.

However, they are in WaW. And you find them at a far higher rate than you ever did in MW2. Seems as if Treyarch simply doesn't care about their game anymore.

Anyhow, thanks for your response. I did not know about it being a violation (though now that you mention it, I recall one of my friends saying so whilst disconnecting from a modded MW2 lobby), because honestly, I didn't read the entire Terms of agreement. Your response won't help me sleep at night, (considering I have hundreds of dollars (thousands of Swedish Krona) worth of DLC accumulated during several years, and of course the fact that I'm a student without the income to purchase it all over again. But at least you replied, and that has to account for something.

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"Don't intentionally play with someone who is using unauthorized software or methods to help inflate your game rank or gamerscore. "

The word intentionally is quite ambiguous. I had no idea it was even possible to "inflate gamerscore". Perhaps your own, if you were the one modding, but not other people's.

Oh, all I wanted to do was play some World at War... and now I'm facing these risks? Life's fair, huh?

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