With the launch of Warzone Season 6 right around the corner, the level of excitement has increased for players dropping into Verdansk and Rebirth Island. Hackers are yet again ruining the experience for players and using the in-game leaderboards to promote cheating websites, much to their annoyance
Call of Duty: Warzone has had huge issues with hackers ruining the game, using all kinds of aimbots and wallhacks to gain an unfair advantage over the opposition. Recently, many streamers expressed their concern regarding hackers spoiling the game for other players despite Raven Software banning an astonishing 60,000 accounts from Warzone in a recent ban wave.
One of Warzone's winningest players, OPMarked, added how the in-game leaderboards are filled with cheaters. They are not only topping the in-game leaderboards but are using that space as free advertisements for illegal websites.
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Warzone Players Annoyed With Hackers Leading In-Game Leaderboards
In a recent post on Twitter, the pro Warzone player called out Raven Software on the topic of hackers dominating the very top of the leaderboards. The image also shows cheaters advertising the websites where cheats are being sold which is hugely frustrating.
The leaderboard includes some of the top names like - OPMarked, ShadedStep, and Its_Iron, who have over 3700 wins in Verdansk. However, the top nine names seem to have over 386 million wins which defy all logic considering Warzone was released in March 2020.
With these hackers now mentioning various cheating websites along with their usernames, popular Warzone figure JGOD has labelled this particular problem as "sad" but has suggested the problem could be fixed when Vanguard is integrated into the game.
As OPMarked stated, that this particular issue might be at the bottom of Raven Software's priority list as it hasn't even appeared on the developer's Trello board. Unless the community continues to higlight the issue, it may be a while until the cheaters are removed from the leaderboards once and for all.