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A few weeks ago we told you about the case of MuTeX, a streamer who had to use 5 cameras to show that he was not cheating on Call of Duty: Warzone. Although the above seems to be very exaggerated, the truth is that they are necessary measures to prove that someone is innocent, since unfortunately there are content creators who use hacks in a stealthy way and deceive their followers with their false skills.
Precisely, the case of Chrissoaresgtr, a Twitch streamer, who apparently used a Silent Aimbot in games of the popular Battle Royale, went viral recently, which would explain his impeccable aim and his knowledge about the position of the enemies.
For those unaware, a Silent Aimboit, unlike a traditional Aimboit, allows the mouse to be moved at will while the bullets will still go straight to the target. In this way, these types of traps are much more discreet and, therefore, difficult to detect.
However, this type of behavior did not go unnoticed by the viewers of the live broadcast, who began to report the streamer’s channel. Fortunately, Twitch quickly took action, and as of this writing, Chrissoaresgtr’s profile is no longer available on the platform.
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Of course, it is difficult to know if the streamer also received a warning from Raven Software. According to a site that compiles the statistics of the game, the controversial player still participated in a couple more games after receiving the punishment from Twitch.
Raven Software announced a new wave of banning for CoD: Warzone
What is really alarming about this case is that it took place shortly after Raven Software, the studio responsible for the popular Battle Royale, announced a new wave of banning that affected more than 50,000 users. In this way, and so far in 2021, more than 600,000 players have already received penalties for the use of cheats.
Has been a while since our last anti-cheat update!
Two #Warzone ban waves this week. Over 50,000 accounts banned combined. ?
Targeting repeat offenders, and much more.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) July 16, 2021
Unfortunately, the developer’s efforts still do not put an end to the problem of hackers in Call of Duty: Warzone, which resulted in dozens of players and prominent members of the community expressing their discontent on social media.
But tell us, what do you think of this situation? Let us read you in the comments.
CoD: Warzone is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. You can read more news related to this popular Battle Royale if you visit this page.
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