Warzone Cheaters Are Finding Several Ways To Glitch Beneath The Map

Warzone cheaters have found multiple ways to glitch beneath the map, ruining the match for everyone else.

It seems as though cheaters will resort to anything to get themselves a win in Warzone. Whether it’s downloading dodgy malware or writing their own cheats, the issue with cheaters is rife. Raven Software is doing its best to combat the situation, but that’s not quite enough.

After the nuking of Verdansk and the most recent series of patches, players are still finding ways to glitch beneath the game world. In some cases, they can shoot enemies without being seen. In others, they can simply fly around in a helicopter until the end of the match.

Credit: Activision
Credit: Activision

This first appeared in Verdansk ‘84 a few weeks ago, shortly after the Season 3 event. Players were able to utilise an invisible wall in the Stadium stands to drop below the ground. From there, they could run around to their heart’s content and shoot enemies from below.

Though that bug was eventually patched by Raven, it appears that another has surfaced. A post on Reddit shows an unfortunate victim’s perspective of getting shot from below the map. 

As we only see the killcam of the cheating player, it’s unclear how they’ve managed to get below the stadium this time. It appears that Raven have some more bug squashing to do.

Under-the-map glitches keep appearing

A similar glitch appeared a few weeks ago, this time achievable at the Prison area. By utilising an invisible wall, players could jump down beneath the floor and wreak havoc on the unsuspecting players above.

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Luckily, it appears as though this one has been patched.

Raven has fought these types of glitches ever since Warzone launched early last year. Last May, a glitch enabled players to move an entire helicopter beneath the ground.

From there, the cheating squad would simply need to wait for the zone to push in and gas their opponents to death. Far from the most entertaining way to earn a Warzone Victory, and most certainly the least satisfying.

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A recent update on the Call of Duty blog states that the development team remain committed to rooting out cheaters and repeat offenders in Warzone.

It says that “cheaters are never welcome” and that the team has issued nearly 500,000 hardware bans in Warzone in the twelve months since it launched.

Cheating will always be rife in multiplayer shooters, so it’s good to know that developers are doing their best to combat the situation.

Have you been on the receiving end of a cheater glitching underneath the map? Let us know across our social channels.

[Featured Image Credit: Activision]

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