A new hack might have been discovered in Call of Duty: Warzone, one apparently enabling cheaters to end matches instantaneously.
So far two clips of the hack being used in-game are making rounds on Twitter. Both show final killcams, which are typically reserved for Modern Warfare’s competitive multiplayer mode. The first clip, streamer Bisag10 is in a team fight that is prematurely ended once a cheater (noticeable by the otherwise illegal in-game name) dies.
In the second clip, another players match ends after encountering another cheater, even though the in-game counter clearly reads over 60 players still alive on the map. In both cases, there is a killcam displayed right before the victory screen pops up.
Same thing happened to me as well! pic.twitter.com/e5OYnWK02L— Luke Frost (@itfcluke) March 11, 2021
About a month ago, there was a bug in Warzone that doing something similar. Charlie Intel reported on it at the time, with a player being rewarded a victory as soon as they landed.
One possiblity is that this bug has just become more frequent. The other would be hackers have figured out how to trigger it.
Activision hasn’t yet given a statement regarding the hack. We don’t know if this is just some random occurences, if it’s something that can be fixed quickly or if this is going to become the next big hacking issue among the Warzone community. Hopefully, it’s nothing major, since an in-game event was teased yesterday.