Call of Duty: Warzone Community Shocked and Enraged by Cheaters Using the ‘Flying Motorbike’ Hack

Published 09/08/2021, 6:13 AM EDT


Call of Duty Warzone has always been a safe haven for hackers, and until the Anti-Cheat incorporated into the game, that’s unlikely to change. What’s funny, though, is how the hackers in the game always manage to find new, creative, and elaborate ways to ruin people’s fun. And it would seem as though they have topped themselves yet again.

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A recent video that surfaced on YouTube shows a player getting killed by hackers on a bike. And the best part is, the motorbike flies into the player, killing him and launching him straight up into the air in a glitchy fashion. The killcam footage has enraged members of the community, and this new motorbike hack, everyone agrees, must go.

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This new motorbike hack is clearly one of the funniest yet obnoxious hacks the game has seen. And that’s saying something because the game has seen more types of hacks than there are blades of grass on a field. Hopefully, players won’t have to deal with flying bikes anymore once the game gets the long-awaited anti-cheat that will come to the game when Call of Duty Vanguard releases.

While the anti-cheat will certainly help fix the hacker problem that has been plaguing the game since the dawn of time, it’s time to reflect on how the hacker problem got this bad.

Call of Duty Warzone: the hacker problem

The prevalence of hackers in Warzone has always prevented the game from properly being enjoyed. Since the game was released last year, players have regularly complained about going up against hackers and getting obliterated by them. And as time went on, things got worse as the hacker activity increased.

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Players thought it best to bring the problem to the attention of the developers who didn’t do much other than ban some hackers. Unfortunately, the hackers always found a way around the ban, got back into the game, and did what they do best: suck the joy right out of regular players looking to play some Warzone.

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A whole bunch of players quit the game. Many streamers moved on to other titles, and the community kept pleading with the developers for an Anti-Cheat. And then, when the Vanguard event happened in Warzone, leading into the trailer for the Vanguard, it was announced that Warzone was finally getting an Anti-Cheat with the launch of Vanguard.

If the game had used an Anti-Cheat right from the start, we wouldn’t be here. And the cause of the increase in hacker activity can be attributed to the game not having an Anti-Cheat.

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As things stand now, there are still plenty of hackers killing players in ways most outrageous. But luckily, they will be a headache of the past when the cheat-prevention feature is added to the game in the near future.

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Soumyadyuti Ghosh

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An eSports writer at EssentiallySports, Soumyadyuti Ghosh is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Business Management. Before becoming an eSports writer for EssentiallySports, he worked as a freelance content writer, editor, and proofreader and primarily worked on projects revolving around insurance, travel, and gadgets. An unquenchable thirst to learn about all things eSports, a rather unhealthy obsession with playing video games, and an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the gaming industry make him a video game aficionado.

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