Hacking and cheating make the system worse than normal. It usually ignites the bullshit performance around the whole market affecting the quality and specification of content.
Recently Call of Duty: Warzone lost its content creator because of hacking activity that keeps on through along time span.
Recently a YouTube video reveals the quitting of Warzone’s content creator: Vikkstar from the Call of Duty battle Royal.
The main reason for his quitting is a live streaming cheat case. He himself found the case of cheat under deep review. In general, various streaming organizations are banned from spoilers, hackers, or anyone who tries to ruin the laws. But Facebook does not have this type of regulation. It usually does not proper this type of banning the activity.
This is why I quit Warzone: https://t.co/7A18b1Uapp
The fact players can livestream themselves blatantly hacking with zero repurcussions blows my mind. This guy is 2nd prestige & broadcasts hours of himself hacking.
— Vikkstar123 ★ (@Vikkstar123) January 30, 2021
The whole of the case occurs under the Vikkstar training activity. This causes him to feel more ashamed and out of the box. So he feels more down because he can not overcome the issues of the system. He considers himself useless because he can not manage to take any action against the culprits.
Fans are considering it a huge step by Vikkstar. They are in the view that there will be several more members are leaving the game community.
Recently for the control of this act, the “ Zero-Tolerance” policy has appeared in the developing market, but it still does not prove fruitful against culprits.
So everyone is wondering where all it will go, and either circumstance will favor hackers or developers.
One of the only segments that Call of Duty is seeing is the Footage System. This system will help to start Screen recording at the moment of any illegal activity. Thus, the player can take an instant In-game action to serve gaming society better and minimize hacking activities.