A New Glitch or Hack is Making Everyone a Winner in Warzone!

A New Glitch or Hack is Making Everyone a Winner in Warzone!

Matches in the battle royale Warzone are ending sooner than they should, and people are not sure if it’s because of a bug or hackers.

A New Glitch or Hack is Making Everyone a Winner in Warzone!
Call of Duty:Warzone | Source: PlayStation

The issue was first raised by streamer BisaG10 and reported by PC Gamer. The streamer was playing a match when it came to end, even though 18 players remained in the game. The ending appears with a killcam for another player and all the remaining players are awarded first place.

Warzone matches go on until only one player or one squad remains. And there isn’t a situation where multiple players are awarded first place. Luke Frost, another streamer, also reported a similar incident, this time with more than 18 players in the match, and provided more evidence as well. 

It might be due to a bug, but there is no understanding of what could be triggering it. It isn’t dependent on there being a certain number of players in the game or the size or position of the circle either. It is more likely that hackers are responsible for this.

If a hacker is having a bad game, they can trigger this hack allowing them to not only duck out of the game but also have a win noted on their record. Everyone else getting a win is just a result of the hack.

This isn’t the first time that Activision has a hack to fix, hackers have run rampant through Warzone since its release. Just last month, over 60,000 cheaters were banned after several notable streamers threatened to leave the game. There is also the infamous infinite stim glitch, which a recent patch may have fixed for good. It will probably take Activision some time to understand the reason behind the early match endings. But, at least everyone comes out a winner, even if it feels hollow.

About Call of Duty: Warzone

Call of Duty: Warzone is a first-person shooter battle royale that only supports multiplayer mode. It allows for both cross-platform and cross-progression which makes it gameplay remarkably spectacular. Unlike other battle royales, CoD: Warzone can easily house 150 players in a match while this limit is extended to 200 for some limited-time modes.

Players are offered the choice of playing two modes: Battle Royale and Plunder. To make the game interesting, large and diverse maps are packed by the game. Like any other Call of Duty arrival, Warzone too doesn’t have a shortage of weapons that can wipe out the existence of your opposition.

Call of Duty: Warzone surpassed 60 million downloads in the first two months of its release and received positive reviews from critics throughout the world.