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Call of Duty: Vanguard Second Best Player Exposed as a Cheater

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Most gamers disapprove of cheating in any PvP game, even in random matches. However, the situation in the community becomes especially tense when it turns out that one of the players climbing the ranks is using dishonest ways to get to the top.

Unfortunately, this is exactly what the Call of Duty: Vanguard community is going through right now. During their gameplay broadcast, it was revealed that the player ranked second on the leaderboard was using a wallhack.

Call of Duty: Vanguard streamer pplehx found himself in a quandary during the April 11 broadcast. After he was killed, the pplehx stream could be seen to freeze for a moment. Pplehx said that his game lags, and everything would be fine, but sharp-eyed fans noticed that the positions of other players are visible through the walls.

Rather than deny the accusations, pplehx apologized for his actions and tried to explain them. In replies to commenters and in a separate tweet, pplehx claims that he actually used cheats for Call of Duty: Vanguard, and even admitted where he got them from and showed evidence that he paid for them. The reason he revealed all this information is to help support a claim that explains why he used cheats in the first place.

Presumably, pplehx purchased access to cheats to unlock the diamond camouflage in the game. Pplehx claims that he had not used any cheats at all prior to this and climbed up to second place on his own. Some of his fans supported him, but many others were suspicious of the claims, noting that someone who was able to reach such a rank naturally did not need cheats to unlock the diamond camo.

So far, no official action has been taken against pplehx. While some are calling for a suspension or ban, ultimately this revelation points to the ongoing problem of cheating in Call of Duty: Vanguard in general.

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