Call of Duty

Warzone Players Cheat Lobby Through Router Hacks

People have been hating on the Skill Based Matchmaking (SBMM) for a long time, but a Netduma router just made everything even worse. People have been having a hard time playing since it’s release on March, with Activision being called out from time to time from having this ranked-based matches being so poorly coded. Some high-profile players were able to get an easy kill through changing router regions and outing lesser-skilled players faster and easier.

SBMM in Warzone Has Gotten a Bit Ridiculous: Stealth Update Might Be at Play

Call it broken, no player would dare even deny. With the existence of private lobbies far from coming into fruition, most Call of Duty: Warzone players are forced to go into SBMM just to get themselves all riled and messed up. True enough, a report has solidified the claim just now.

As the Netduma router keeps on pushing up front this skill-based matchmaking issue, people are still yet to provide concrete proof for their claims of them being cheated in this globally popular FPS. On the other hand, there’s always the option for Activision to step forward on the issue, but that seems to be neglected still for the time being.

Have you also been suffering from SBMM? Let us know in the comments section below!

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