Cheaters are everywhere in Warzone.
Timthetatman, one of Twitch’s most popular streamers, encountered another cheater in the opening game of a recent stream, indicating that the hacking problem in Call of Duty: Warzone is indeed an issue.
It wasn’t long until a hacker emerged when he was playing his lone spectator mode, in which the broadcaster quickly dies so they can watch other gamers. Tim continued to watch as the level-eight player went on a rampage and won the match after firing down the guy he had been observing.
“This is absolutely the status of Warzone right now,” Tim added. “I am not kidding you, the past three games I have spectated over the previous two days have all had cheaters in them.”
The cheats displayed during this match appeared to be similar to those seen by fellow Twitch streamer xQc last week when he was stream sniped by a viewer. The gamer told xQc during the stream that the cheats were only $20 and that he had never been permanently banned for using them.
Tim was notified by his conversation shortly after spectating the player that, according to CODTracker, the gamer had an 85 kill/death ratio.
“How come there isn’t a fully automated system?” Tim was perplexed. “This guy has an 85 K/D and nothing else, right? There’s no way to raise a red flag and say, “Hey folks, this guy has an 85 kill/death ratio.” ‘Perhaps we should look at this.’
Tim requested that his moderator report the player to a contact he has within the Warzone banning team, although it is unclear whether the person has yet been prohibited.