A new feature in Warzone 2, the leaderboard, has revealed an astonishing number of hackers
Leaderboards have been added to Warzone 2 Season 2, and this has been used by players to identify the number of cheaters and hackers in the game.
Leaderboards were added to Warzone 2 Season 2, which had been a much-requested feature since the game’s launch. The leaderboards are very useful for tracking stats, but a few of the players have been asking for the BR and Resurgence leaderboards to be kept separate, as the stats for each game mode would be “meaningless” when combined.
Players are looking to the leaderboards in Warzone 2 Season 2 Reloaded to identify the number of cheaters and hackers present in the game.
epicdai, a Reddit user, posted an image of the top Warzone 2 critical damage leaderboard to demonstrate how much cheating is taking place since there is now a BR leaderboard.
The leaderboard’s top performers have a remarkable array of stats, including 71.19% headshot accuracy, a whopping 13,000 damage per game, and even 17 headshots per game – all of which commenters consider to be incredible.
An individual reported encountering one of the players listed on the leaderboard who was apparently “soft aiming 100%,” which made sense after the individual got “killed by that OTF dude a bunch yesterday.”
The authors then sarcastically ridiculed [RICOCHET], writing “it’s great to see that ricos**t is running without a hitch.”
A lot of gamers have aired their grievances with the RICOCHET anti-cheat system in Warzone 2; however, one person has suggested that the leaderboards could potentially be used to detect cheaters. According to them, all the developers would have to do is examine the boards and spot any unusual accounts.
Despite the advantages of the feature, the community is convinced that cheating and hacking are rampant in Warzone 2, and the leaderboard confirms this. As one participant expressed, “you don’t require any anti-cheat technology, you just need to do a little calculation to spot the cheaters there.”