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Warzone Hackers Banned For Cheating During CouRageJD Live Stream

These hackers getting banned might be one of the craziest Warzone live stream moments ever!

Unfortunately, hackers are always going to be a problem in online multiplayer games. However, Warzone seems to have more than its fair share of them.

However, this amazing moment where Warzone hackers get banned on a live stream, just as they were heading towards a win, will give players hope that the hacking problem is getting under control.

Warzone Cheaters Banned During Twitch Stream

Unfortunately, many players are reporting that hacking is worse than ever in Warzone Season 3. And yesterday, popular streamer CouRageJD was a victim of hackers.

However, he managed to get the Warzone hackers banned on his stream before they could win the game.

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Streamers CouRageJD, TimTheTatman, and Cloakzy were in a squad together up and streaming Warzone when they came up against an enemy team who were using hacks. Hackers have been on the rise since the last huge Warzone cheater ban wave in April.

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After being killed, the streamers spectated the player and quickly noticed that they were using an aimbot. Then, the streamers had a good idea to flag Raven’s attention.

While aimbots are bad, at least they weren’t using this new Warzone hack that lets players bend bullets.

The streamers then tweeted to Activision and Raven Software during the stream, asking them to ban the hackers. Despite it being unlikely, it actually worked!

Just as the Warzone game was reaching the final circles, Raven banned the hackers out of nowhere. Clearly, Raven has stepped up its anti-cheat response and listening to the Warzone community, which is great to see.

However, there is still no sign of the improved Warzone anti-cheat software that Activision promised months ago.

Recently, Activision announced they will triple the Call of Duty development team’s size. Hopefully, this means even more Warzone hackers will be banned in the future.

Meanwhile, the biggest Warzone streamer feud could be ending soon. What will this mean for the Warzone community?

Raven Software has also been quick to fix the bugs in Warzone. A new Warzone update has fixed the infinite gas mask glitch.

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