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These new Warzone hacks will blow your mind

Just when you thought you'd seen it all, Call of Duty Warzone hackers introduced yet another crazy hack to COD Warzone - flying vehicles!
It's no surprise that Call of Duty: Warzone is currently plagued with hackers and cheaters, as Activision continues to find a grip on staving off these undesirables. In the past, we've seen players use god mode, speed and wallhacks, aimbots, and scripts to reload or swap their weapons faster. In fact, it's almost comical at this point.

Just when you thought you'd seen it all, hackers have introduced yet another crazy hack to Warzone, flying vehicles! Hackers have certainly outdone themselves on this one, seemingly inspired by Harry Potter.

Hackers add flying vehicles to Call of Duty Warzone

Earlier this week, FaZe Clan member, Kalei "Kalei" Renay, tweeted a response to a Modern Warzone Twitter post highlighting some of the new cheats that have cropped up in Warzone.

Some new cheats identified in Call of Duty Warzone
Some new cheats were identified in Call of Duty Warzone. (Picture: Twitter / ModernWarzone)

Responding to the "Super Speed, Super Reload [and] Super Weapon Swap" hacks identified, FaZe Kalei jokingly said: "I wanna see flying cars next".

Well, it seems as though hackers were taking notes because Kalei's wish was their command. Just a few days later on 8th September, a video showing hackers flying around on guided motorbikes trended on the COD Warzone subreddit. 

Warzone cheaters on flying motorbike show off extent ongoing hacking crisis
Warzone cheaters on a flying motorbike show off the extent of the ongoing hacking crisis. (Picture: Activision)

The video was uploaded by a Reddit user (Aquilo3D) and showed a player getting killed after being rammed by two cheaters on a flying motorbike, seemingly from out of nowhere. Understandably, Aquilo3D was presumably unimpressed by this death after watching the cheaters ram into them from midair. Admittedly, it was absolutely hilarious to watch, to say the least.

I have to hand it to the hackers for their ingenuity. They could arguably win every game of Warzone without firing a single bullet. "It’s just comical at this point," one Reddit user commented. Another user said, "I did get a really good laugh out of this actually."

While the ridiculousness of the cheat is quite a laugh, it does highlight just how bad the situation has become. Warzone has become unplayable as a result of the hacks, which has resulted in many players abandoning the game.

Warzone hackers respond to FaZe Kalei's request for flying vehicles in Call of Duty
Warzone hackers respond to FaZe Kalei's request for flying vehicles in Call of Duty. (Picture: Activision)

Activision has confirmed that they are working on a new anti-cheat system for Warzone, which is currently undergoing "comprehensive testing" to ensure that they tease out hackers for good. With around 2 months still remaining until the new anti-cheat is released, we can expect even more outrageous hacks to come out, just like this one.


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Header image via Activision.