CoD Zombies Hacker Banned After Cracking Terra Maledicta Easter Egg For “10 Minutes”

The latest Vanguard Zombies Terra Maledicta map hasn’t even been released yet, but a hacker beat the Easter Egg, got banned, and did it all in the space of 10 minutes.

Vanguard Part 2 coming soon February 14th and with it comes a new Zombies map. This is givingbees are waiting for the main quest Easter egg that the player died for.

However, it might not be worth the wait as it was solved by a hacker who granted himself early access.

Zombies Hacker Banned For Cracking Terra Maledicta Easter Egg

The one who solved the new easter egg named ‘Real1tyUK‘ on Twitter. On February 10th, they showed a bunch of unreleased Vanguard content live on their Twitch channel, including a trailer for the new Zombies map.

Treyarch announced that there would be an Easter egg on Terra Maldicta and everyone was hyped. However, their hype was slowly killed off as they realized how easy it was.

If you missed Real1tyUK’s live stream, Zombies content creator CodeNamePizza will let everyone know what happened. Real1ty was able to complete the main quest since it consisted of only three steps and no boss fights. Best of all, it only took them 10 minutes to get it done.

This caught the attention of Pizza and other members of the community as this long-awaited task was apparently super easy. Fellow Zombies creator MrRoflWaffles begged this to be fake.

In a Tweet, he said, “Please say sike,” but sadly, it’s all true. Unless Treyarch adds something in the next few days, this will likely become one of the biggest bankruptcies in Zombies history.

On the flip side, while Real1tyUK ended any hope the Zombies community had, they were also banned on their Twitch and Twitter accounts. This is possible through a DMCA strike from Activision. So it looks like this Zombies fan took two L’s at once. CoD Zombies Hacker Banned After Cracking Terra Maledicta Easter Egg For “10 Minutes”

Emma Bowman

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