Despite Warzone publisher Activision unveiling details on new methods of combatting cheaters within the battle royale, one player, in particular, encountered a cheater using exploits that had never been seen before, much to the surprise of the streamer and his squadmates.
Content creator Yungstaz saw the hacker in action.
As the video above shows, the hacker has the ability to activate night-vision goggles which activates permanent live-pings, showing the location of every single player in the nearby area.
By knowing the location of every player, the hacker is capable of eliminating targets through walls, much to the annoyance of those on the receiving end of the hacker's antics.
Rather than jumping into another game, the content creator managed to talk to the hacker in the post-game lobby in an attempt to find out more about the hacks.
After enquiring as to how the player acquired the hacks, the hacker replied by saying that they were "not for sale", suggesting that they had created them for their own use.
they also stated that the account complete with the hacks had been active for approximately five months, somehow avoiding Raven Software and Activision's increased focus on tackling cheaters in Warzone.
While it's incredibly annoying that hackers are continuing to plague Warzone, it's a positive knowing that other players are unlikely to have exploits of a similar nature to those displayed.