While there is plenty of focus on the start of Season 4 Reloaded in Warzone, the attention of the passionate community is currently fixated on the cheating crisis that has gripped the popular battle royale in recent weeks. The latest season of post-launch content has been riddled with players using a range of software to gain an unfair advantage on the streets of Verdansk and Rebirth Island. The issue has become such a problem, console players are requesting changes to Warzone's cross-platform play in order to evade PC cheaters.
Compared to other cheats that are available, this particular exploit is giving out rather than detracting from the Warzone experience. During matches, a number of players have been gifted every single weapon camouflage, attachment and have been boosted all the way up to Level 1000, much to their confusion. Nobody is safe from the hack either. A number of popular Warzone streamers, including FaZe Clan member NICKMERCS.
Warzone Camo Hack
The hack quickly caught the attention of players after the Warzone content creator fell victim to the somewhat unusual exploit.
Much to his confusion, all of NICKMERCS' camouflages had been unlocked, despite the clip clearly showing a padlock next to many of the Camo categories. Along with access to all of Warzone's camouflages, the streamer's Seasonal Level had also skyrocketed along with a number of Calling Cards and Emblems available to use.
It's unclear as to how hackers are managing to implement the exploit onto unsuspecting players but the real worry amongst the victims is whether Activision will ban their accounts thanks to the suspicious activity. There has been no official communication surrounding this unusual exploit, but it's likely that the publisher is already aware of the issue and is looking into some kind of fix.
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