A Call of Duty: Warzone player has discovered evidence that God mode has made an appearance in the game just a week after Raven Software issued a huge ban wave.
It was only a week ago that we saw Raven Software issue a huge ban wave across Call of Duty: Warzone.
Warzone has proved to be incredibly popular with fans since its release just over a year ago and has continued to shoot from strength to strength, the title has assisted the Call of Duty series in reaching $3 billion over a year.
Despite the titles success, it has not been without its fair share of bugs and cheating issues and now is no exception.
It was only a week ago that Raven Software banned 50,000 accounts for cheating, although this action was met with mixed reactions from the community with many players simply stating that this was no where near enough.
Now, players are fearing the worst that a new hack has found its way into the game as a fan has discovered evidence of God mode existing currently on the game.
A couple of videos have surfaced online and subsequently gone viral which shows God mode in action.
These clips have left the community divided as many players think it is nothing more than a glitch, however others are worried something more sinister is at play in the form of cheating.
Reddit user ‘SCAR020’ took to the platform to share one of these clips, the post read “So there’s a God Mode Glitch now? “One step forward, two steps back… with every update.””
The clip shows off a player as they avoid bullets seemingly being invincible, and this isn’t the only example we have seen of this.
Reddit user ‘Aldosarii’ also shared a clip, the post read “If you think that you saw all kinds of cheats. Nope, you didn’t.”
This clip has raised a few more eyebrows as it shows an invincible player in a bid to take out as many players as possible.
Could this be part of the evolving hacks many have been warning about?
Whether it is a glitch or a hack, hopefully there will be a fix for this issue sooner rather than later.
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