Weather Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Beta ends today, it not only allowed the developers to collect as much data as possible to refine the game before its release, but also the cheaters to refine their techniques.
Cheat software is now ready for Modern Warfare 2 launch
In the cat-and-mouse game between Activision and cheaters, it is often the latter who have the upper hand in looking for bugs in games before fixing them.
Activision has repeatedly communicated about its anti-cheat solution called Ricochetbut everything indicates that it is not yet 100% impervious to cheats, as evidenced by the many cheat videos seen in the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 beta in recent days.
The developers of the game, Infinity Ward, are well aware of the possibilities of cheating and have posted a message this weekend to “Go live against cheaters and hackers in beta matches. » We don’t know the nature of these measures, but the fact is that a cheat software vendor says it’s done.
On Twitter, the providers indicate that the cheat software for Modern Warfare II is now “ready” and is now available in a trial version with a selection of players. They ensure that everything will be available when the game launches on October 28 and, what is worse, that a promotion will be applied to the software for a limited time.
Our MW2 hack is done and we are currently in closed testing. This means that our hack will be ready when the game is released, with all the features you expect.
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— EngineOwning.to (@engineowningto) September 25, 2022
As usual, there are options to show players through walls, their name and how far away they are, or the different grenades.
This is obviously bad news for the vast majority of gamers who want to play Call of Duty normally. Fortunately, it’s a safe bet that developers are already working on the issue to destroy, or at least reduce, the impact of such software on online gaming. Many console players already want to disable cross-play with PC players, who are much more affected by the online cheating phenomenon in Call of Duty.
While Activision has been talking about an improved version of Ricochet for Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2, it’s clear there’s still a lot of work to be done to eradicate the phenomenon.