Call of Duty Warzone: Shroud Encounters Cheaters After Return
Call of Duty Warzone is now one of the most famous battle royale games in the world. It recently reached 75 million player-mark, which is a huge achievement considering it launched in March. The game is free-to-play but comes with a massive file size that has bothered fans across all platforms. But that is not the only concern the players have. The game has been plagued by hackers/cheaters ever since its inception. And the worst part is, Infinity Ward and Activision have failed to keep them at bay. Shroud was the latest victim of cheating in Warzone.
In a recent stream, Shroud dropped in Verdansk after a long time. He had been missing from the streaming scene for a while following the Mixer shutdown. But, his ‘homecoming’ was celebrated by fans all over the world as he returned to Twitch. Since then, he has been playing a variety of games on stream. His recent run in Warzone, however, didn’t turn out the way he expected.
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He struggled to hit his target and get kills simply because he was out of practice. He managed to get a few kills here and there but looked a little rusty. While he admitted he was struggling, he came across two cheaters in the game. The first one took him out with a pistol and it was evident that he had aimbot on.
The second player who took him out was even worse. After killing Shroud, he killed two more of his enemies in quick succession even though it would have been impossible for him to know their location.
We were able to see this as Shroud started to spectate him. And that was when he absolutely gave up.
He even mentioned how he hardly ever saw cheaters in Valorant.
Infinity Ward has been struggling with different elements in the game for a long time. The constant appearance of game-breaking bugs and the hackers are ruining the experience for everyone. Repeated complaints from the players have fallen onto deaf ears and they really need to buckle up before the players lose interest.
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