"Call of Duty: Warzone" has reported dozens of cheaters the past few months. Due to the increasing cases of cheating, the community is always on the lookout for some unfair play.
With "Call of Duty: Warzone" fans constantly on their toes, they are bound to make some false accusations, and one player who was accused of cheating had a very interesting response.
Call of Duty Player Refutes Cheating Claims
Aimbots are responsible for giving hackers an almost perfect accuracy in the game, with cheaters not even needing to aim just to score properly.
As for the wallhacks, they allow hackers to pre-fire around corners, depict the enemies through the walls, and allow hackers to go through the walls themselves for an easy kill.
In the case of the accused cheater, MuTex, who streams his gameplay, the allegations were tied to Cronus. Cronus is a controller adapter that players use to make controllers work on PCs.
However, using Cronus is now considered cheating because it can be used by "Call of Duty" players to access mods.
Cronus was not deemed illegal back when MuTex used it during "Call of Duty: WW2" competitions, as a Tournament mode was activated to disable mods, according to EuroGamer.
While it has been banned in the following years since MuTex claims that he just forgot to delete the software. He pointed out that his PC is already outdated, which makes his claim believable, but this has not stopped the cheating accusations from other players.
Proving his Innocence
With a YouTuber named BadBoy Beaman and a couple of other "Call of Duty: Warzone" players leading the charge, the cheating claims became too much for MuTex, and he knew he had to do something.
MuTex created a new streaming setup, with five cameras used to prove that he is innocent. The result is a layout that sees every aspect of his gameplay put under surveillance.
The angles focus specifically on his PC, monitors, controller, and his overall setup. A final camera offers a traditional face camera angle.
While a lot of people think that it is ridiculous at first, the setup did its job and eventually proved that MuTex is innocent. It has also gained him a lot of attention and appreciation online.
Twitter pages like @INTELCallofDuty shared clips of his stream. In the gameplay, MuTex's amazing accuracy can be clearly seen as the professional player used his MP5 SMG loadout.
Given that MuTex has won numerous tournaments and was never caught cheating his way through it, the accusations were baseless, and his five cameras proved it. The stream also went on for more than five hours, so there was no shortage of chances for him to cheat.
For those who want to watch the full stream, MuTex created an archive on his Twitch channel that is easily viewable. While "Call of Duty: Warzone" hacks really do happen, it seems clear that MuTex does not participate in it.
"Call of Duty: Warzone" is available on PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.
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Written by Sophie Webster