Call of Duty: Warzone has always lived immersed in the hacker controversy. Users who break the rules wreak havoc with those who try to play fairly and cleanly. Given the growing wave of cheaters, the community uses the social network Reddit as a platform to speak out: they seek changes in the cross-play system.
CoD Warzone: this is the perspective of a hacker in full swing
CoD Warzone Users Seek Solutions: Enable Cross-Play Only Between Consoles
“The current state of hacks is very bad “, explains u / Sec0nd, creator of the thread. “Since apparently being able to have an anti-cheat system is difficult, at least enable some kind of cross-game between consoles. At least as a temporary solution ”.
The same user emphasizes that right now “the game is unplayable”. “We’ve seen times in Warzone where the cheaters were growing up, but right now it seems like we’re out of it.” He concludes by saying that he will stop playing battle royale until it is fixed.
As of the date these lines are written, the thread has obtained almost 3,000 positive votes, in addition to several awards. Players in the responses join the petition. So far no official communication from Raven Software has transpired.
Since its launch in March 2020, Activision has kicked out over half a million cheaters. Waves of bans happen constantly; among the latter we must go back to May of this year. “Yesterday we expelled more than 30,000 malicious accounts in Call of Duty,” which translates into “more than half a million accounts banned in Warzone,” said the study on its official Twitter account.
Amos Hodge, one of the team leaders, assured in an interview with VGC that “Nobody hates” more to cheaters than them. “We make content for the players. While you are angry because they have ruined your game, I am pissed because they are destroying some of the best work I have done in my life, “he said.