Call of Duty: Warzone is a good game but has a number of problems that prevent it from being a perfect experience, particularly with cheaters.
It’s not as bad as a player hacking the game so they can be invincible but Reverse Boosting is one of the many problems that the Warzone community has been dealing with.
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Warzone: What Is Reverse Boosting?
Reverse Boosting is when you intentionally let yourself get shot so you get put into lobbies with less-experienced players.
It’s usually skilled players who do this since they want to let off some steam by killing inexperienced rookies.
The fact that you can get temporarily suspended or banned for continued Reverse Boosting in Warzone shows just how angry it has made players of the game, and how seriously Activision is taking it.
Players that do partake in Warzone Reverse Boosting have defended the process, saying that they would never do it on official tournaments or anything similar.
Hopefully, we’ll see the developers of Activision be more proactive about this annoying tactic from Call of Duty: Warzone and they prevent these kinds of things from future games.
Call of Duty: Warzone is now available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.