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.

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.