Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War hasn’t even been released yet, and cheaters have already begun to fill the game

Console players turn off cross-platform multiplayer and are surprised to find anyone stopping to cheat in the beta

It’s almost a month before the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, however, crooks have already begun to appear in the game, using prohibited software to gain an unfair advantage over their opponents.

Commentators on Reddit, where a video showing the “victory” of one such scammer appeared recently, actively support the idea of ​​disabling cross-platform multiplayer from a PC and are surprised that anyone was ready to stoop to cheating in the beta version.

“This guy is definitely a brute and I hope he burns out along with his computer. Disable crossplay. I’d rather sit in the lobby for longer than play with hacker clowns. “

Activision has been unsuccessfully fighting cheaters for a long time, regularly banging tens of thousands of accounts with a banhammer and threatening to sue the cheat developers. Nevertheless, the situation does not even think to change for the better.

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