A group of Warzone streamers has been caught out live on Twitch after they decided to brag about using cheats, in a not so clever move.
In a rather comedic fashion, a streamer and a group of his accomplices were caught out for gloating about using hacks and cheats in Call of Duty Warzone.
The popular free battle royale game has been plagued with cheaters since its release in March last year.
Unfortunately, anti-cheat is still not present in the game, so cheaters are free to roam the servers.
Occasionally we can see the kind of chaos that cheaters can cause in Warzone.
However, you have to be a special kind of cheater to openly admit to it whilst live on Twitch...
Warzone Streamers Cheat Live on Twitch
The clip in question is a particularly overt form of cheating, and no effort is made to hide this fact.
Take a look for yourself at the Warzone streamer ' hiddenintcloud' and his friends, including their blatant use of cheats and exploits.
The Warzone Streamer mentions in the clip that he "doesn't' care if they get banned" because they will just use another account.
As you can see in the clip, 'hiddenintcloud' is running a number of cheats. First of all a wall-hack which highlights the location of all enemy players.
The Warzone streamers also used other cheats in order to prop up their poor performance.
There are labels all over the place to locate the best loot quickly and effectively, eliminating the entire premise of a Battle Royale style game.
Furthermore, an aimbot is present in the stream. This cheat automatically locks onto enemy players' heads, securing an easy kill with no effort.
Luckily, Activision Support was quick to take action, and shortly after the cheater's accounts were banned. Good riddance!
Sadly, it appears that until Activision implement a dedicated anti-cheat system, this will continue to be an issue plaguing the Warzone community.
Warzone - The State of The Game
Call of Duty Warzone is in a rough state at the moment, with Warzone Players wanting all Cold War guns removed from the game.
Furthermore, a recent issue with stim glitching meant some Warzone players would risk death in order to kill the exploiters.
Luckily, there is now a fix, however, players still aren't happy with the state of the game.
It appears that cheating Warzone streamers are not the only problem with Warzone right now.
If you are looking to get better at Warzone, JGOD has revealed the biggest Warzone loadout mistakes for Cold War guns. Perhaps it might help players to combat cheaters too.
Whatever your thoughts are on Warzone, you could always spend some time playing Black Ops Cold War instead.
A Black Ops Cold War leaker has revealed that 8 more map remakes are coming. Although this has not been confirmed, this might spark discussion about what kind of maps are coming to Cold War in the future.
We will continue to keep you updated on any news or development about Warzone and other Call of Duty titles, both now and in the future.