A video on Twitter showcases a player bringing up a hacking menu in Warzone 2. With a simple click of a button, the player selects “Crash Server,” kicking everyone in the lobby and sending them back to the main menu.
So next time a server crashes on you, it may not be a problem on Warzone 2’s end but a cheater ruining everyone else’s game. Activision has not yet officially addressed this issue.
Getting kicked out of a Warzone 2 lobby can be a frustrating experience, and with this new hack, it may be a more common occurrence.
If you played the original Warzone, you would likely be aware of the game’s issues with cheaters. However, in Warzone 2, the problem hasn’t been nearly as bad.
Although this new hack is now threatening to ruin Call of Duty’s Battle Royale game.
Cheating in video games is never a good idea, but sometimes the game will create its own versions. Currently, this bug is giving players wall hacks in Warzone 2.
Of course, this isn’t at the same level as this cheat which is currently being advertised across social media.
At the moment, Activision is fighting a lawsuit against the same company that created this Warzone 2 hack. The gaming publisher sued the developers of the hacking software in January 2022 for over $800 million.
By this lawsuit, Activision seeks to put a stop to unlawful conduct by an organization that is distributing and selling for profit numerous malicious software products designed to enable members of the public to gain unfair competitive advantages (i.e., to cheat) in the COD GamesActivision Publishing
It seems that this legal case has not stopped cheaters from continuing to develop and release these hacks to the public.
For now, we will have to hope that the Call of Duty publishers can find a way to remove this cheating software from the game.
With the brand new Resurgence map coming out soon, a ton of players are expected to return to Warzone 2.
However, if players are experiencing these manual server crashes, they may just be turned away once more.