Warzone 2 players consider Al Mazrah Quads “unplayable” thanks to cheaters.

Published: 2023-03-19T00:45:07

updated: 2023-03-19T00:45:14

Warzone 2 has seen an outbreak of cheats since the start of Season 2 and players have declared Al Mazrah Quads absolutely “unplayable” as a result.

Warzone 2’s Tactical Nuke challenge is one of the most difficult in gaming. It requires tremendous team effort across multiple games and in many ways depends on luck to achieve it.

In most cases, it’s too much for the average player, and that’s why so many people have started cheating to tick it off their to-do list. The DDoS issue was bad enough in the early weeks of the season, but now some players are avoiding Al Mazrah entirely because of it.

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Why Warzone 2’s Al Mazrah Quads playlist is ‘unplayable’

Gamers rallied in a March 17 Reddit post to discuss how bad the cheating problem was, especially when it comes to Al Mazrah Quads.

“The scammers are constantly ddos-ing the Quads servers and it absolutely destroys the servers. They do it for their paid nuke skin services,” the original poster summarized.

“More than 95% of my matches on Trios as well as several other people I know have been perfectly fine, clear and lag free. However, once one of us gets into quads, 100% of our matches are just sluggish nonsense clown shows where we hop around and teleport.”

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Others joined in to share their stories of encountering these scammers, with most agreeing that Quads received the worst punishment. Al Mazrah’s other squad greats seem safe from the hacking problem for now, but that doesn’t mean it will stay that way forever.

Ashika Island is a bit safer as it’s impossible to get the Nuke Streak there, meaning the more shady members of the community have no incentive to cheat on this playlist.

There hasn’t been a word from Activision on how they intend to handle this situation, so for now it’s best to hold on and master it in other game modes.

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