Aimbot starts to visit the game.
It feels like it's normal for first-person shooter games, especially on PCs to have fraudulent software to be able to win from other players. But who would have thought, he would come a week after Call of Duty Black Ops 4 was released?
A Reddit user named TheWetDollphin posted a video that contained a game player who was very "good" playing Black Ops 4. But if you pay close attention, there is something strange about how to aim, where he can quickly lock and hit the target from a sufficient distance far.
The movement of a player named ViciouZ is not unusual anymore, because it is clear that he uses fraudulent software which is commonly known as aimbot.
In response, Treyarch responded and said that they were very serious about handling anti-cheat issues and had collaborated with the Blizzard security team to resolve them. As usual, they suggested reporting the player so they could follow up.
Call of Duty Black Ops 4 became one of the most successful series that surpassed WWII's achievements last year. Activision even said that he had the best first day sales they had received in the past few years.