UNREAL: Call of Duty: Warzone Player Creates Personal ‘Warzone’ Game After Being Done with Hackers

Published 09/21/2021, 3:09 PM EDT


The problem with hackers and cheaters in Call Of Duty: Warzone has been persisting ever since the launch of the game. Players have been complaining to Raven Software and Activision about this, but they haven’t found any viable solution for the same. Many players have also decided to quit playing the game because of the inevitable frustration hackers inspire in players who haven’t turned to the dark side.

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Since Raven and Activision haven’t yet come up with any viable solution to this issue, a Reddit user has decided to take the matter into their own hands. The Reddit user u/usmansid98 posted on the Warzone subreddit a gameplay clip from their own version of COD Warzone which they made within 48 hours.

Reddit user makes Call of Duty Warzone within 48 hours

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The aforementioned Reddit user seems to be really frustrated with the prevalent issue of hackers and cheaters. They went on to make a working game that replicates Warzone in terms of health system, looting, buy station, and enemy AI. The user posted a short clip of the gameplay on the subreddit.

Other Reddit users seemed really amazed to the point of comparing it with the COD betas. Some users even felt this was even better than the betas.

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The user developed this game using the Unity engine and made it into a 3D first-person shooter battle royale in a limited time frame. The user, although a beginner in game development, did an incredible job of creating a top-notch FPS game that may represent Warzone to its best essence or maybe even better. They also described their experience developing this game in the video that can be found on YouTube.

Call of Duty drops Easter eggs for anti-cheat engine

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Call of Duty dropping Easter eggs is nothing unheard of and YouTuber JGOD had noticed several hints and Easter eggs about the inclusion of an anti-cheat engine in the Vanguard multiplayer stream.

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Indeed, the inclusion of an anti-cheat system will ensure the banning of hackers and cheaters within the game, a feature that was desperately needed since forever.

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Siddid Dey Purkayastha

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Siddid Dey Purkayastha is an eSports author for EssentiallySports and is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Arts degree from Christ (Deemed to be University). He has always been into gaming since the ripe age of 9 and never looked back since. Apart from his deep love for narrative driven or campaign based games, he also loves casually playing online games such as Valorant, Fortnite, FIFA Ultimate Team, Warzone and GTA Online.

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