Call of Duty: Warzone 2 didn’t get the same reception as Modern Warfare 2. If Modern Warfare 2’s only real issue is the ridiculously confusing menu UI, then the Warzone 2.0 iteration is rife with issues that have dropped its Steam reviews to ” almost negative. This is primarily due to the fact that not only is the game full of bugs, glitches and performance issues, but the new DMZ mode is just plain boring. So it looks like the hackers have decided to have their own fun in Warzone 2.
Cheaters and hackers usually mean dishonest players who use wallhacks, aimbots and other cheat programs to win games. Unfortunately, they can be found in almost any online multiplayer game, and they always find a way to get around the developers’ anti-cheat protection. Of course, everyone hates hackers because they ruin the game experience for real players. However, the new trend in Warzone 2 is making most players laugh instead of complaining.
As PC Gamer noted, several videos have surfaced of Warzone 2 players stumbling upon flying boats. And although this is obviously some kind of hack and it looks pretty funny. In many of these videos, a boat comes down from the sky and the captain/driver/pilot asks players to get into it via chat. In these boats, as a rule, other players are already boarding, collectively chuckling at how funny it all is.
Just imagine the reaction of a poor, unsuspecting person who sees a boat approaching him from the sky with literally packed operatives laughing and shooting at him.
While this hack may have given the game some lightness, the fact remains that Warzone 2 is full of bugs and glitches. Players are reporting being shot at by invisible enemies, which is not an advantage, but a bug, and in some extreme cases, Warzone 2 has been banned and they have been told to purchase Modern Warfare 2 to continue playing.