Call of Duty: Warzone is proven to still be a hacker’s fuckfest

There are a lot of gamers who seem to resent Call of Duty: Warzone. The free-to-play shooter has attracted quite some players who resort to unfair play. Even though Activision has banned close to half a million players already, it doesn’t seem to make much of a difference. They’re still out there and it’s pretty obvious too. To make things worse, hackers are starting to become more and more resourceful.

One of the gamers that have had it by now is Stephen, or Yungstaz6 on Twitter. After watching a Warzone player hacking himself through the map, auto-pinging everyone in the lobby, and using night vision – which isn’t supposed to be an option – developer Raven Software is asked to explain why this is happening.

Yeah, and people are still figuring out why Warzone has a bad rep? I think it’s pretty obvious here. Starting up a nice relaxing digital killing session just to get sniped by a douche who pays his way to the top with hacks… no thanks. I’ll stick to offline single-player games like Oddworld: Soulstorm if you don’t mind. Although, in this case, the player states that the hack isn’t even for sale and that he’s been using it for months now. Somewhere, someone must be real proud of this guy. It just ain’t me.

Activision – on the other hand – is still trying to convince people that hacks are bad and that the ban hammer swings ever so diligently. According to the publisher, almost half a million players have already seen their accounts disconnected from the game. Persistent hackers might even be hit with hardware bans in the future.

Truth be told, I hope that Raven Software’s efforts are fruitful one day. Not for me though. I’ve already given up on Call of Duty: Warzone. Unfortunately for Activision, so have tons of streamers and YouTubers. Can’t have some asswipe cheating his way to a victory on camera, especially when you’re the victim.

Damn them! Damn them all to hack!