Call of Duty: Warzone Updates: Another bug in Call of Duty: Warzone has been discovered, this time affecting the gulag showdown. The bug is really an exploit that permits players to intervene in gulag battles.
This is just the latest source of annoyance for Warzone gamers, who have already expressed their dissatisfaction with the game’s technical status.
Warzone is one of the most popular battle royale games in the world, although it’s most known for its glitches and the presence of hackers. Exploits are frequently used by hackers to get an edge over other gamers.
Because Warzone is a cross-platform game, PC gamers may have an edge over console players in this aspect, as they may be able to run exploit tools while playing. One Warzone player recently won a game just by blasting the earth. Regrettably, this is far from an isolated case of cheating.
The latest Warzone bug, as demonstrated by Youtuber NTrippy (via GamesRadar), reveals how cheaters may take advantage of a new flaw to get into the Warzone gulag ahead of the line. However, doing so not only expedites cheaters’ entry into the gulag, but it also offers them invincibility.
Because the exploiting player isn’t meant to be in the gulag, it appears that the opponent can’t attack them until their turn in the queue is up. Unfortunately, cheaters who take advantage of this flaw can kill other players by hitting them (because they don’t appear to spawn with weapons). NTrippy is eager to point out that the cheater will not be killed by execution moves.
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Activision has already taken some proactive efforts to prevent the vulnerability from being exploited, vowing to penalize players who use it and channels who promote it. Unfortunately, this adds to gamers’ frustrations with Warzone’s glitchy, hacker-infested condition.
Cheaters have grown so common in the game that a lobby full of gamers recently watched and congratulated a player who managed to defeat a hacker. Of course, NTrippy’s hack is an exploit of a glitch, which there are many of in Warzone.
Activision appears to be taking efforts to limit the usage of this vulnerability for the time being, which is a great move. The fact that it was so quickly detected, on the other hand, is typical of Warzone. Even when broadcasting, streamers frequently disclose their usage of Warzone hacks.
Others have cut back on their gaming time owing to the annoyance of dealing with cheaters. Players who merely want to play a few games without being hacked will have to trust that Activision prohibits vulnerabilities like these.