Don’t worry, we aren’t encouraging any kind of underhanded tactics here. In fact, CoD: Warzone features a legit gameplay system that allows players to hack enemy equipment and use it to their own advantage. That can be just as cool as it sounds when things work out right, so here’s everything you need to know about how to hack in Call of Duty: Warzone on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
How do you hack equipment in Call of Duty: Warzone?
Coming up against defensive equipment like Claymores or Trophy Systems in Call of Duty: Warzone can be a real headache; alongside many other examples, these gadgets can quickly scupper an otherwise effective plan of attack. There’s no better way for you to exact revenge than to hack and use them against the very enemies that first deployed them, then. Doing so is thankfully pretty simple, at least once you’ve unlocked the required Spotter perk.
How to hack in Call of Duty: Warzone
- Keep playing Warzone until you reach level 38 and unlock the Spotter perk.
- Equip Spotter to the Perk 3 slot of any loadout.
- Look for highlighted enemy equipment in the environment.
- You’re searching for:
- Proximity Mines
- Trophy Systems
- Carefully approach the enemy equipment and follow the on-screen button prompt to hack it.
Now that you know how to hack in Warzone — the free-to-play battle royale mode for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — you can transfer that same skill over to the main game. Hacking in Modern Warfare (2019) works in exactly the same way, though might prove to be a little bit harder due to the smaller maps. It’s more likely that an opponent will discover and kill you while in the process of performing a hack, as you do need to endure a few seconds of vulnerability in the process.