Some Call of Duty: Vanguard Fans trying to enjoy the beta are not having a good time. While many people enjoy the gameplay, hacking is ruining Call of Duty: Vanguard Experience for some unfortunate gamers.
Recently, it has become clear that Call of Duty: Vanguardthe cheating was as serious as it is seen in sports Call of Duty: Warzone. A clip made the rounds showed a hacker firing in the distance, and despite being anywhere near the shots their enemies fired, the cheater was still getting hit markers and kills. As such, the game was completely impossible for those matched with the cheater.
Looks like fraudsters have another trick they can use from inside Call of Duty: Vanguard Beta, too. A clip posted to Twitter by @EasyStomps shows a rookie saying how bad everyone else in the lobby is before calling for WallHacks. However, it is clear that the hacker was not happy to be out for unfair advantage. While they could see enemies through walls during the match, they also have a ridiculous ability to end matches quickly. Sadly for @EasyStomps and everyone else in the game, that’s exactly what happened.
Another clip provided by Call of Duty: Vanguard The fan adds some context to the logic. Apparently, the hackers were furious that he was killed in the first round by @EasyStomps, indicating that his wall hacks weren’t enough to make him a good player. This is probably the main reason they ended the match early, believing that if they can’t have fun then no one should be able to. On top of that, it’s likely that the hacker didn’t want to report, and forcing the match to end early could have prevented the rest of the lobby from reporting.
whereas Call of Duty: VanguardThe K beta extension certainly got players excited, the game would be little fun to play if it was plagued with cheaters. Unfortunately, opening the game up to the PC player base has caused problems that were not seen in the first weekend. Looks like cheaters can use all the hacks they’ve worked with Call of Duty: Warzone And call of Duty Modern Warfare, and with cross-play enabled, console players are not safe from hackers.
back with a lot of hype Call of Duty: Warzonenew anti-cheat system Call of Duty: Vanguard also uses it. Given that hackers can end matches instantly, the game clearly requires some system that helps sledgehammers get rid of cheaters quickly.
Call of Duty: Vanguard It will launch on November 5 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
Call of Duty: Vanguard will likely have a Zombies mode, and if it does, it should borrow a very popular feature from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.
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