There are now a whole range of Aimbots available for Call of Duty: Warzone, but EngineOwning has become the market leader with their newest product: software that's guaranteed to bypass Call of Duty Anti Cheat. How strong are these aimbots? What can Raven Software even do now? We've got these answers, and more, right here on EarlyGame.
You can say a lot about Warzone cheaters, and I do - frequently, but you've got to give them this: they know how to write good software. EngineOwning, Call of Duty: Warzone's largest aimbot provider, now includes much, much more than a simple aimbot in their Warzone package. We'll dive into what they offer, and why it's driving content creators away.
In the meantime, here's a nice little collection of other great Warzone and BOCW content!
- Environmental Destruction Is Coming To Warzone & Vanguard
- What Is Contextual Tap In Warzone?
- 5 Best Battlepass Rewards in Warzone Season 4
How Do You Get An Aimbot For Call of Duty: Warzone?
You can get an aimbot for Call of Duty: Warzone by purchasing a subscription from EngineOwning, and then simply downloading their loader software. The EngineOwning Aimbot is designed for less-experienced users to easily install, and it's only going to cost $6 for a three-day pass, $24 for a 30-day pass, and $48 (all is USD) for a 90-day pass. That said, if you're banned then it's going to cost you the game.
You might be thinking that's too expensive for an aimbot, but the EngineOwning aimbot does so much more than assist your aim in Warzone. This is just some of what their package offers...
What Does EngineOwning Aimbot Do?
- A '3D Radar' that shows you the location of all weapons and items on the map.
- 'No Recoil' and 'No Spread' options for your weapon.
- A program that draws lines between your character and any grenade or enemy on the map.
- And our 'favorite' – the new aimbot feature that lets you shoot players without even aiming at them: 'Silent Aim'
Are Aimbots Driving Players Away From Warzone?
Players and content creators have spoken out against cheaters for a long time, and now they are beginning to 'jump ship'. While early cheaters were more recognizable and held to account, the EngineOwning aimbot offers multiple levels of protection against being caught.
One of Call of Duty: Warzone's biggest content creators, the YouTuber Drift0r, explained how terrible this is for the long-term health of the game, and just how rampant the problem is. Now, console players could avoid cheaters and aimbot users by disabling crossplay, but that's been a great feature for Warzone, and disabling it is a sacrifice they shouldn't be forced to make.
What Can Raven Do To Stop EngineOwning Aimbot Users In Warzone?
EngineOwning's aimbot can bypass Call of Duty Anti Cheat, and cheaters can only be caught when players manually report them to Raven. That's not going to prevent the developers from trying to fight this problem though. As Rob Kostich (President of Activision Blizzard) said in a recent BBC interview, the company has banned over 475,000 accounts so far.
But, let's be frank – this problem looks set to continue.
Are you as annoyed by the cheaters as we are? Maybe you're even weighing up the risks of getting an aimbot yourself. Let us know your thoughts on Facebook and Twitter, we really want to know how our readers feel about this topic. And, for more news on all the latest and greatest - join EarlyGame.