Warzone Cheat Provider ‘CrazyAim’ Shut Down By Activision

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With the cheating situation worse than it has ever been in Warzone, Call of Duty fans finally have something to celebrate about as Activision has listened to the community outrage and shut down hacks website ‘CrazyAim.io’ and its associated Discord server.

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Warzone Cheat Provider ‘CrazyAim’ Shut Down By Activision

‘CrazyAim’ had been known for providing apparently undetectable hacks including aimbot and wallhack for Warzone and scripts for other games as well. However, the website is now completely inaccessible and the Discord server has been deleted suggesting that the cheats provider is no longer in business.

Back in May, Raven Software claimed to have already banned over half a million accounts in Warzone. However, three months later, and almost a year and a half following the initial release of Warzone, it seems that hackers are still rampant across all of Verdansk.


With growing frustrations over the current state of the game, some of the most popular streamers on Twitch, such as NICKMERCS and TimTheTatman, have recently moved away from Warzone to play Apex Legends and have seen a rise in viewers since making the switch.

The shutting down of ‘CrazyAim’ is a step in the right direction by Activision and hopefully, a sign of better things to come with Season 5 of Warzone announced to be just around the corner on August 12th.