A new discovery reveals that Warzone cheat software allows players to unlock camos, attachments, and Blueprints instantly.
If you're wondering how your favorite streamer gets every weapon, attachment, camo, and Blueprint in Warzone, it could be that they're using this cheat software.
With just a few clicks, any Warzone player can get access to all weapons, camos, and attachments in-game. If you're wondering why Warzone hackers don't care about being banned, look no further.
What's more, this new cheat software also unlocks all Warzone Blueprints instantly. This would have been especially useful back when Warzone had a Pay to Win weapon Blueprint.
Warzone Cheaters Get All Unlocks for Free
If you're ever wondering how that streamer has a fully-unlocked weapon only seconds after it dropped, there's a reason for it. It appears that some Warzone content creators could be using this software to get all the game's unlocks for free.
This also works for those players who get banned from the game. Getting your account finally taken down by Activision is only an annoyance when you can make another profile for free, and unlock everything instantly.
In a new upload by YouTuber BadBoy Beaman, the Warzone fan shows footage of the cheat in action. After gaining access to an account that uses the malicious software, the YouTuber reveals how easy it is to unlock all items.
Not only does this save you a grind in Warzone, but it even allows you to bypass Activision's paywall on Blueprints. What's more, the software also comes with features such as an Aimbot and a Radar for help in-game.
BadBoy Beaman doesn't show off the other features of the Warzone cheat software. However, if his claims about major streamers using these hacks are correct, there are a lot of players with access to cheats.
This could well be why Warzone is so full of cheaters in 2021.
We're not about to show you how to get the Warzone cheating software in question. But it's clear that there are all manner of cheating tools available just by searching online.
Lately, there's a new Warzone Pay-to-Win skin in the Store. If more players start unlocking this for free, Activision is going to have a real problem on its hands.
It was only yesterday that we saw a Warzone streamer lose his mind over Activision's lack of anti-cheat. The way things are carrying on, it won't be long before players start to drop off the popular battle royale.