xQc Learns About Hacking on Call of Duty Warzone While Confronting Stream Sniper Who Killed Him

Published 07/28/2021, 12:57 PM EDT


Hacking has been a massive problem for players on Call of Duty: Warzone for a long time. For the past few months, fans have begged the developers to implement measures that would slow these cheaters down. But they have done nothing, and players can easily find mods and aim-assist software to help them in their endeavor. They can easily go online and find tricks to hack in the game, and xQc is the latest player to know that thanks to his stream sniper.

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During a recent stream, the popular Twitch streamer met a stream sniper after he died at the cheater’s hands. While watching him play, the stream sniper responded to the various queries Felix had about hacking. Following some delay because of the stream, the two players talked about Warzone, and Felix even gained some knowledge on how to cheat in the game because he doesn’t have to worry about receiving a ban from the developers.

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xQc learns how a stream sniper hacked in Call of Duty: Warzone

While reacting to the stream sniper’s gameplay, xQc realized some weird movements that caused him to have suspicions. He even stated that he might be using a hack similar to Magic Bullet which became popular in Overwatch. A few seconds after he made this statement, the stream sniper nodded in agreement by moving his crosshair up and down. This grabbed Felix’s attention, and he then asked more questions about his antics. He even asked the player what it cost to gain access to a cheat like this to which he replied 20 bucks by writing the number on the wall by shooting on it.

“20 bucks and every two hours you take control of all the lobbies and f*** everybody up.”

Felix even asked the stream sniper during the interview how he avoided bans from the developers at Raven Software for hacking. The interviewee responded to the query by mentioning that he used VPN spoofs to protect him. The method has been quite popular in the game’s hacking community and the developers haven’t found a solution for it yet.

Felix on the state of hacking in Call of Duty: Warzone

Felix also asked the million-dollar question to the player by inquiring whether he ever received a ban from the developers. He noted that he received one suspension from the developers. But, it wasn’t permanent which showcased how lenient the developers have been at doling out punishments for such heinous acts in the game.

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In the end, the hacker won the game with ease. But Felix left the conversation with him by giving a scathing remark on the cheating situation in Call of Duty: Warzone. The community has stated that the developers have done nothing to improve the hacking problem and Felix believes that the developers will need to develop something or the experience will worsen for players.

“They get what they want, regardless. The anti-cheats and the systems are not good enough to counteract it. If it’s not like this, he’s going to get it, regardless.”

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In the end, xQc has echoed the comments of the many community members berating the developers at Activision and Raven Software. It was definitely a hilarious conversation with the stream sniper. However, it also underlined how dire the cheating situation is in Warzone currently.

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Rupesh Nair

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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