Call of Duty: Warzone – Here’s what country has by far the most cheaters
Here’s what country has by far the most Call of Duty: Warzone cheaters
The US has the most people looking for Call of Duty: Warzone cheats by a landslide.
Los Angeles, California – The US has the most people looking for Call of Duty: Warzone cheats by a landslide, with nearly twice as many monthly searches for hacking software than the next nine countries combined.
A Lost Universe blog post puts the average number of monthly searches for CoD: Warzone hacks and websites where you can buy hacking software at 197,000 in the US. That puts us in a league of our own, as France and the UK “lag” behind in second and third place with 32,000 and 31,000, respectively.
The most common cheats that players use to gain an unfair advantage are wallhacks, which let them see other players through solid objects, and aimbots, which automatically put bullets into opponents, no matter how bad the cheater’s aim.
Battlelog.co is by far the most popular cheating site for Warzone, with over 140,000 search hits every month, followed by EngineOwning (60,000 hits) and SKY Cheats (4,300 hits).
The number cruncher behind the report, Sam Cooper, told TAG24 how he looked up a mountain of data on how people used Google to search for Warzone hacks. He even filtered out, by hand, any unrelated searches for hacking in other battle royale games, like Fornite.
Cooper and his team decided to look into Warzone because they agreed that it is still the most infamous game for hackers and cheats, which might change after Activision releases its new Ricochet anti-cheat software for CoD: Warzone on December 3.
The fall shooter lineup, including CoD: Vanguard and Battlefield 2042 is set to give FPS gamers their fix of guns and explosions. Here’s hoping the developers for each game get a handle on cheating before it ruins their games.