New patching measures will be in place for Call Of Duty: Black Ops.
Community manager Josh Olin said they can now hotfix smaller aspects on the fly.
"We do have this hotfixing technology where we can push out network updates, updates that live on the network side, which live on our servers that you guys can pull down. So a lot of things can be fixed and prevented there," he said.
The title will also come with more preventative measures that were possible for World At War and Black Ops but were too late to implement.
"Black Ops we've had plenty of time [to install the measures]. We know how all those hacks are done, and we have preventative measures built into Black Ops built around those.
"Of course, hackers are very smart, they'll find new ways to break the game I'm sure, and when they do we'll have security measures in place to enforce our policies, enforce our leaderboards, enforce our matchmaking and lobbies to keep those clean, so that shouldn't be an issue for Black Ops."