Popular streamer Kris “Swagg” Lamberson was stunned after encountering hackers who have already started using the unreleased Godzilla skin in Warzone.
The Godzilla weapon skin will be an exclusive cosmetic for the Godzilla vs. Kong event, scheduled to go live on public servers on May 11, 2022. However, hackers started using it even before the event was officially released.
That event comes just a few weeks after the Classified Arms Season 3 update went live on April 27th. Swagg, one of Faze’s content creators, showed his reaction to this incident in his recent YouTube video.
Brag about Warzone hackers who have already started using the unreleased Godzilla skin
Swagg came across the skin in one of his recent videos, where a player already had the Godzilla Gun Hack equipped. This wasn’t just limited to the cosmetic hack, but even went all out with his ray-checking hacks – an unethical assist that instantly sets the target on an opponent’s head after highlighting them.
It was later revealed that the player had the entire Godzilla collection equipped. He even inspected the gun and showed its animation.
After the weapon was demonstrated, a bluish flame would erupt from the weapon’s nozzle while it was in its animation. The cosmetic’s entire body resembles Godzilla’s skin, with a blue light emanating from the edges of its scales.
Swagg was impressed with the weapon’s overall looks and expressed his desire to get this cosmetic when it officially releases on May 11th.
“Oh my god, he shows the skin and the execution. Oh I need this, I need this!” he exclaimed.
The hacker applied this skin to the STG, an assault rifle known for shredding enemies almost instantly. Due to its effectiveness, it is very popular among the players in the community.
This weapon is one of the best weapons in the game and is also available for free from the early stages of the game.
Swagg and his teammates laughed when the hacker was knocked out by an enemy despite being equipped with all sorts of hacks, calling the player “junk”.
The popular Warzone streamer was entertained throughout the video. The hacker jumped, ran, and occasionally shot through the walls. This led Swagg to joke about his “unrealistic” abilities.
He was amazed, especially when the hacker showed the finishing move animation. It literally threw the opposing player into the air and the word that followed the animation was “fatal”.
“I want that variant dude, it’s so cool!” Swagg said. “The sound it makes is so crazy.”
The hacker had also outfitted the Godzilla operator skin. He showed it during the animation of the jump from the plane.
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Unfortunately, players who use such hacks or exploits will eventually get banned by the developers. However, events like this add to the hype for a highly anticipated in-game cosmetic.
The Godzilla vs. King Kong event will debut on May 11, 2022, and players like Swagg will have to wait for the cosmetic to officially release.
The update will go live for all devices including Windows PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
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