Vikkstar is a content creator with over 7 million fans on YouTube where he was recently made a channel announcement: He gives up Call of Duty: War Zone. The battle royale game, he says, “is in the worst shape it has ever been,” to the extent that scammers are sometimes confident about streaming their antics live.
It’s noteworthy because War zone He plays well on YouTube and has won tournaments too. But apparently the saturation of people who use tools like Zielbotters is so bad that they gamble War zone
The problem seems to be most prevalent on the PC, which is why content creators like Jackfrags are currently asking their viewers to turn off crossplay. That way, fans who play on consoles don’t have to face potential hackers running illegal programs. The game will actively encourage you to keep going and will sometimes ask you several times if you are sure you are not playing crossplay.
Activision seems to be aware of the problem lately Announcement a War zone 60,000 scammers banned. (Activision didn’t immediately respond to the press.)
“We have no tolerance for fraudsters,” it says in a blog post that describes the publisher’s actions against rule violations. In the Post, Activision promises to “step up our efforts against scammers” by improving anti-cheat software, adding detection technology, and allocating more resources to monitor game status.
“We know that scammers are constantly looking for vulnerabilities, and we continue to deploy resources around the clock to identify and combat cheats, including target bots, wallhacks, trainers, stat hacks, texture hacks, leaderboard hacks, injectors , Hex editors and third party software that is used to manipulate game data or memory, ”the post continues.
Periodically, waves of prohibitions have appeared and the developer has deleted thousands and thousands of accounts – sometimes even forcing hackers to play against each other. One scammer was even pressured to apologize to the community for the “pain”. Despite these efforts, it appears that the problem remains so persistent that content creators are taking matters into their own hands.