Warzone hackers are still cropping up in-game regardless of the new Ricochet anti-cheat announcement.
It appears that there's just no discouraging some Call of Duty (COD) Warzone hackers. Despite the announcement of a new, concrete anti-cheat service being added to the game, players are still encountering hackers at regular intervals in most public lobbies. Whether they're having a last hoorah or just testing their luck is unclear. Regardless, however, it's still frustrating for the average honest player.
Most of the uncovering has been taking place on social media such as Twitter and Reddit. The official CODWarzone subreddit board is the most common place to find clips of hackers, such as one posted on Monday, Nov. 15.
User rougeot10 posted a clip showcasing one player shooting through walls at others and hitting their targets regardless of the structure between the two. At one point, the hacker managed to flawlessly target the helicopter in the air.
"There's a slight chance he was hacking," rougeot10 wrote.
This enraged commenters who called the hacking obvious and called the hacker out for not even trying to hide their attempts. Others piled on with jokes about how the hacker simply had a better gaming chair or was using a more powerful weapon.
"I saw nothing wrong. Oh wait, let me watch with my eyes open," one wrote.
Another replied, "Nothing wrong! There no hackers at all! RIGHT GUYS."
Hopefully, as more of these situations come to light, Raven Software will sort out the most efficient way to wield its new anti-cheat tool.