Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, the PC beta has been invaded by cheaters

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, the PC beta has been invaded by cheaters
As many of you surely know, a few days ago the public beta of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was made available, the highly anticipated new chapter of the Activision series that will also see the light on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S. As it was easy to imagine, the beta - which allows you to try some of the online components that will be present in the final release - was very popular, both on PC and on console, but apparently the fun did not last long, given that in the last few hours on social networks countless reports of cheating cases are arriving.

Well yes, according to many it seems that the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has been literally invaded by cheaters , players who lack the ability to deal with other online users rely on the sweet lure of aimbots and other similar amenities. Unfortunately, that of cheaters is a reality that has now firmly established itself in the PC landscape (especially given the ease with which it is possible to find and install the aforementioned cheats), and in hindsight every online game - including the Call of Duty franchise - is always found, sooner or later, having to face situations that are anything but pleasant.

This time, however, it would seem that the invasion of cheaters has left no way out, with countless games that continue to be ruined by hordes of players who monopolize matches, essentially invincible and capable of eliminating entire opposing teams without the slightest effort, a situation that has proved to be so unsustainable for many that on consoles most of the public is deactivating crossplay on PC in order to avoid the arrival of some cheat.

Obviously Activision has not remained on the sidelines and indeed, during these days it has made it known that it has already banned a huge number of cheaters, but the situation still seems far from being resolved and seen that for the moment there is still talk of the beta, many fear that even at the release the multiplayer modes of the production will prove to be practically unplayable. The software house still wanted to reassure the public, explaining that it is working on new systems designed specifically to stem the problem, although the effectiveness of these solutions can only be judged at the exit. For the moment, in short, we can not help but wait for November 13 and keep our fingers crossed.

We remind all lovers of the famous Activision franchise that Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is already available for pre-order on Amazon.



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