After a streamer who was openly cheating rage quit because his aimbot broke, the Warzone community is having a blast.
The developers of Warzone have done everything they can to reduce the number of hackers in the battle royale, with mixed results. While cheaters continue to be banned, regular players are loving every second of the ‘fall of hackers,’ which has been captured on camera this time.
The Warzone community was rolling out of their chairs, laughing, as they watched the cheating player complain for two minutes straight, thanks to a tweet by MavriqGG.
In the video, the streamer actually went live while using hacks on Rebirth Island, and to his surprise, he wasn’t automatically winning gunfights as he had hoped.
He becomes frustrated with the game throughout the video, believing that he should be killing people faster and not losing any fights. “The aimbot just f**ked broke again,” he said as he started aiming at the floor.
This was a big hit with the community, and even Swagg got in on the fun, calling the cheater a “loser.”
Their cheats were not working as intended, according to the streamer, so he had to end his stream and said he would try to “fix his situation” with the cheat provider.
Activision has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against this cheat provider for providing Warzone players with hacks. It is currently unknown who the streamer is or whether they have been banned as a result of their actions.