Although Activision Blizzard is trying to get cheating and hacking out of Call of Duty: Warzone, a supposedly eliminated cheat appears to put vehicles back in the air.
It’s no surprise that Call of Duty: Warzone is infested with cheating. With the release of RICOCHET, the developers hoped to curb the cheaters and hackers. Nevertheless, they have once again put the spotlight on an exploit that makes cars fly.
This cheat was already present in Call of Duty: Warzone a few months ago, and on Wednesday it has been proven again. During a livestream by Swishem, the flying vehicles suddenly appeared. The streamer herself spotted a vehicle in the air with two players on top and they eliminated the entire lobby from the air.
When the cheat first appeared in Call of Duty: Warzone, it was removed relatively quickly by developer Raven Software. Therefore, the community is hoping for a fixed solution from the development team in this case as well. However, Raven Software has not yet revealed any information on if and when something will be done about this serious problem.
bro these hackers are having the time of their life rn standing on top of a car destroying the whole lobby, imagine the car playing music and they’re just killing everyone from the sky 😭😭😭 mfs got the unreleased Harry Potter bundle 💀 pic. twitter.com/OLoHPt6zt6
NYSL Swish (@Swishem) January 19, 2022
Cheating and hacking remains a constant troublemaker in Call of Duty: Warzone. At times, the entire lobby is infested with aiming cheats, which only comes at the expense of the other players. Raven Software has been trying to take action against hacking and cheating for some time. Publisher Activision Blizzard, meanwhile, is suing known cheat providers.
In other news, cheaters are now flying ATVs around Caldera and rage hacking with no remorse. pic.twitter.com/NUWgrJuz1E
ModernWarzone (@ModernWarzone) January 19, 2022