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Apparent Warzone hacker accuses streamer MerK of cheating after killing him

Warzone streamer and former Call of Duty pro Joe ‘MerK’ DeLuca was in hysterics after he killed a blatant hacker on Rebirth Island – and they accused him of cheating.

Hacking has been a widespread problem in Warzone since its release, and despite the implementation of the Ricochet anti-cheat, it’s an issue that hasn’t fully subsided.

Cheats are still rampant in Caldera and Rebirth Island, but more recently, developers Raven Software have taken certain measures to prevent cheats from running.

One of them is that sometimes they just won’t damage opponents no matter how many times they shoot at them – and this infuriates hackers even more than they already are.

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RICOCHET has fallen, but cheats have not completely disappeared.

note has played with and against some of the best players in Call of Duty history, but he knows when someone just isn’t that good – especially when the anti-cheat is working for him.

MerK met a duo at the prison in Rebirth Island when he started being peppered by one of them – before quickly realizing they hadn’t actually done any harm.

After killing the imposter’s teammate (who was presumably doing damage and not cheating), MerK toyed with the hacker before eventually putting him out of his misery.

To make things even funnier and let MerK down, after he finally killed the impostor, they said that they “need all the hacks you’ve got”.

He then invited the scammer to his lobby and said if he wanted the hacks he had to subscribe to Twitch and then uninstall the game.

While hackers are incredibly frustrating in Warzone, there’s no denying that their complaints about cheats not working are hilarious.

https://www.dexerto.com/call-of-duty/blatant-warzone-hacker-accuses-streamer-merk-of-cheating-after-killing-him-1821354/ Apparent Warzone hacker accuses streamer MerK of cheating after killing him

Emma Bowman

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