A Call of Duty hacker has been caught and called out. The YouTube gaming community has a history of keeping hackers in check via tell-all videos. Some people think it’s funny and some are driven crazy as their own games are affected by their cheating antics during player verses player combat.
On his YouTube channel, ToKLongball posted a seven-minute video following around his “Little buddy, Digital Hacker”, a Call of Duty hacker who is pretty blatant about his exploits. His extremely irreverent take (warning: language) on whom he calls “Badge Heads”—because they have somehow hacked the trophy system—does nothing at all to hide is frustration.
“I guarantee you they are sitting in their (expletive) bean bag chair with their damn fatigues on, painting their faces, wearing their gun or glasses, talkin’ about their onesie pajamas that they got for Christmas and how they got the Call of Duty game to go along with it…I don’t know what he’s trying to do, besides being a dumbass, ruining the game for everybody else. I can’t believe that people actually sit at home and think about this: Now, how can we play Call of Duty tonight…to cheat.”
Longball’s down-south accent and extreme language might make you giggle, but his point is dead serious. When it comes to this Call of Duty hacker, he blames the developers. “Treyarch, ya’ll gotta do something about this (expletive). Quit puttin’ stuff in these games that allows people do to this.” He is referring to features such as the trophy system that might entice players to cheat.
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