Cheating has always been an issue for Warzone players, however it seems that the problem has significantly worsened since the last update.
Warzone is no stranger to cheating, players are likely to have encountered opponents who have used a hack or exploit at least once throughout the game.
Recently, a string of reports from the Call of Duty: Warzone community have claimed the cheating issues have gotten even more popular since the last update on June 3rd.
It’s still unclear whether the last update has done anything particular to make cheating simpler to carry out. The most significant change was the closure of the Nakatomi Plaza vault and the conclusion of the 80s Action Heroes event, along with some other minor bug fixes and weapon adjustments stated in the remainder of the notes.
Despite this, enthusiasts say there has been a noticeable difference after the patch, with cheats becoming increasingly visible in nearly every single match for certain unlucky gamers.
‘Drakota’, who usually broadcasts on Twitch, is one of these unlucky gamers.
The Call of Duty: Warzone streamer shared their experience with four matches in a recent Twitter tweet. In the first match they were faced with snipers, then in the next three games, is where the cheating became more obvious.
Warzone players have reported a host of similar experiences with Reddit user ‘TrendKiller333’ taking to the platform to share their thoughts on the issue.
The post read ‘Last week I was in the sub, reading a few posts about cheaters returning and was happy we hadn’t run into any obvious ones in quite a while. The last 3 days has had atleast one cheater per play session but today out 10 games we played 4 of them had cheaters. The last game we played had two on the same team.”
There has been many similar reports from players who are sick an tired of cheaters causing havoc in their games, although multiple ban waves have been issued to tackle the problem it seems that it may not be enough.
Fans will have to hope that further action is in the works to try and combat the problem sooner rather than later, but in the meantime be sure to check back with us at Gamerficial for the latest news and updates.