Activision has repeatedly tried to deal with the problem, not only by implementing anti-cheat software but through banning player accounts of suspected cheaters. Developer Raven Software initiated numerous ban waves only last month, during the run-up to Call Of Duty: Warzone and Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s second season.
However, it seems that hackers have improved their methods for disrupting and ruining games and can end matches early, at least in Warzone.
As shared by ModernWarzone on Twitter, a Twitch streamer, BisaG10, was in the middle of a match with 19 players still alive and kicking, only for the match to abruptly end, much to the surprise of the other players.
What’s more, the match ends with a killcam, showing the final kill of the game. This is strange because this doesn’t normally happen when a Warzone match ends.
The same thing happened to Twitter user Luke Frost, who shared their clip of a Warzone match prematurely ending, only this time there were still 64 players.
Honestly, the hackers have gotten out of control and I cannot believe activision has tried putting a bandaid on a bullet hole. They have to do something to prevent this crap. It’s ruining the game and I know countless people who stopped playing because of this. I’m right there.