In addition to all the new content that the beta of Call of Duty: WWII left in its way over the past weekend, it also left us a bad taste in terms of the PC platform.  On this occasion, it is not (only) due to graphics or bad optimization that users experienced during the game, but the bad experience that players had with servers full of hackers who used different tricks to win.

 

Undoubtedly, hacking is the most unpleasant thing in any multiplayer title to face another player that uses different cheating methods and annoy the experience for other players.  In many cases the most used aimbot is a trick that simply makes the weapon of the game point directly to other users without any effort.

That is why, Sledgehammer Games the developers of Call of Duty: WWII decided to make open statement and a promise that the final version of the game will come with better anti-cheating technology to prevent all this. As reported, the events that could be seen in the beta only took place because that version of the game did not have anti-cheating, a measure that, according to the statements, will be present in the final version of Call of Duty: WWII.

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