A popular Warzone cheat provider website has been taken down by Activision on August 4. The site was providing aim bot and other hacks for Warzone as a paid service.
The site, called CrazyAim.io, was providing a variety of cheats for Call of Duty players, with focus on Warzone hacks.
Their site now no longer exists, as it appears Activision has taken it down. Visiting their site sends a site error.
In addition, we’ve confirmed the site’s Discord server, where the users and owners would discuss the cheats and hacks, has also been shut down.
This is a small, but good step from Activision in the fight against the dramatic increase in hackers and cheaters in Warzone.
Some big content creators have been upset over the hacks and switched to Apex Legends instead.
It’s still not clear if Activision plans to launch a proper anti-cheat for Warzone.
The company’s executives have said in the past that they have “invested” a lot into fixing the hacking problem.
The last update from Raven on ban waves was in mid July, where they said 50,000 accounts were banned.
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