Hackers in Call of Duty: Warzone already have so many advantages, like wall hacks, instant aiming accuracy, and more. You can now add night-vision to the ever-growing list. The battle royale game has been plagued with many, many exploits–which never truly go away–as well as balancing issues. At this point, Raven Software should just give Warzone over to the hackers, since they can’t seem to quell their behavior.
The most recent exploit involves night-vision goggles, which are not even in the game. Two clips were posted, one to Twitter and the other on Reddit, showing hackers pulling out night-vision goggles while shooting players through walls.
In the first clip, a hacker uses some rare tools to cheat their way to multiple kills, by automatically pinging enemies around them, giving away their exact location. The hacker is also clearly using and auto-aim bot, making it easy to rack up multi-kills. At the end of the clip, the cheater drops night-vision goggles over their eyes, even with the sun being out.
The second clip shows a cheater attempting to hide the fact they are using an aimbot, missing a couple of sniper shots initially. However, afterwards they lock on to multiple enemies with their assault rifle and then headshot a player through a wall. Yeah, okay. Once again, towards the end of the clip, the hacker brings a pair of night-vision goggles down in broad daylight.
These goggle are the same ones that players use in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This explains where the hackers are getting them, since Modern Warfare and Warzone use the same engine. However, night-vision goggles have never been a part of Warzone, meaning cheaters are picking items out of game files. Yikes.
Just yesterday, Raven Software and Activision were boasting about how they had banned 450,000 accounts from Warzone for cheating. Meanwhile, hackers are currently plucking items out of other Call of Duty titles and inserting them into the free-to-play battle roayle.