When online shooting range is freely available, it’s usually a surefire recipe for scammers to quickly hit their heads as well. Unfortunately, Warzone is no exception, with over 500,000 players banned since its release.
Anyone who plays Call of Duty: Warzone on a regular basis, unfortunately, is likely to encounter one or two people who are able to completely carve out the player’s lobby experience thanks to online FPS cheats. Unfortunately, this phenomenon has been alive since the game was released and it is possible that we will never be able to get rid of the culprits completely, but that does not mean that Raven Software is not working on this issue.
The studio that recently ran Battle Royale AdvertiseAnother 30,000 players have been banned for cheating, which means that since Warzone launched, Panhammer has been exposed to more than half a million cheaters. Meanwhile, a number of bugs that have been making players’ lives bitter for some time have been fixed (for example, the Infinite Gas Mask), however there are some bugs that are still waiting to be corrected. This is, among other things, a flaw that allows skilled players to creep under the texture of the map to wait for the end of the match.