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Top 5 Most Annoying Hacks in Warzone History

Here are the top five most annoying feats Warzone hackers have ever accomplished in the game's history.
Here are the top five most annoying feats Warzone hackers have ever accomplished in the game's history. / Image courtesy of Activision

On its own, Warzone can be a rage-inducing game to play.

However, as a title that has also notoriously been plagued by blatant cheaters throughout its tenure, there has been some ridiculous stuff seen in-game over the years, to say the least. Here are the top five most annoying Call of Duty: Warzone hacks ever recorded in the game's history.

Top 5 Most Annoying Hacks in Warzone History

5. Speed Hack in Season 5 (BOCW)

Kicking off this list is one of the milder hacks seen in-game, unfortunately, as players using the cheat could channel their inner Tracer from Overwatch to dash throughout Verdansk.

4. Flying Cars in Season 1 (VG)

This is probably not what Raven Software envisioned when they announced fighter planes would be available for players to use in Caldera. In recent days, the flying car hack has been back in Warzone Pacific, allowing players to not only use aimbot, but patrol the tropical skies on a flying Tactical Rover as well.

3. Match Ending Hack in Season 2 (BOCW)

Imagine this, at any stage of the match, a hacker could decide to end the lobby altogether after getting killed or being frustrated for any other reason. Well, that's exactly what happened last year in Season 2 it seems.

2. God Mode Hack in Season 4 (BOCW)

In July 2021, Warzone players reported the resurgence of one of the most frustrating and game-ruining hacks on the market: "God Mode." With this hack, players in God Mode not only had massive health pools and insurmountable weapons but they quite literally also didn't even register hit markers when shot.

1. Aimbot/Wall Hack (No timetable)

Likely the two most popular hacks that have long been the bane of Warzone players' existence, regardless of the season, have been aimbot and wallhacks. Presented here is one of the most egregious examples of that by a hacker who apparently abused the cheats to set a Buy Backs Duos world record with 108 kills.