Hardly a week goes by in Call of Duty: Warzone without the big cheater problem of the shooter being discussed. Despite huge waves of bans and a declaration of war on the part of Activision, hacks are still the order of the day and are becoming more and more absurd.
The newest addition: Cheaters no longer even have to have opposing players in their field of vision to hit them with bullets. Instead, they shoot at walls, from which the bullets appear to ricochet off and find their way automatically.
Warzone: “Ghost Bullets” bring new despair
What exactly happened? The Twitter user RaytheGreat shared a video online where he first encountered the new hack. The killcam shows how his opponent fires on the floor in a house and still the bullets automatically hit Ray as he enters the room. A kind of ricochet effect that doesn’t even exist in Warzone.
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Aimbot detection is bypassed: In the comments on the video, users explain that this is a new hack that is not recognized as an aimot by the anti-cheat measures. With the so-called “Ghost Bullets” like a Comment denoted the hack, players don’t even have to see their target anymore and still hit perfectly.
Alleged provocation: The fact that the cheaters are not afraid of countermeasures is evidently shown by the name of the cheater: »Whatsaimbot«. Even if the developers now recognize Aimbots, the hackers have long since had new tools and are sometimes not afraid to show that consciously. And provocations on the part of the cheaters is nothing new at Warzone:
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Many problems despite the new season
Only a few weeks ago, Season 3 started in Warzone, which, among other things, brought the Map Verdansk 84 into play. The revision of the well-known map has so far been well received by the players, but Warzone is still plagued by technical problems on a regular basis.
We recently talked about all of these Call of Duty: Warzone construction sites in the GameStar Expert Talk. The hope? A health regimen similar to that used by Ubisoft for Rainbow Six: Siege:
What’s going on at CoD? So many problems despite mega success – GameStar Talk
Time will tell whether Activision and the development studios will get this problem under control. After all, the publisher announced just a few days ago that it would be hiring 2,000 new employees who would completely devote themselves to the Call of Duty brand.