#Call of Duty: WWII” is one of the most anticipated FPS video games to arrive this year. Several “Call of Duty” fans and players are excited about the new installment, but some are also worried that cheaters might easily manipulate the game. According to a report from Game Revolution [VIDEO], the Windows PC beta version of the upcoming game has been flooded by cheaters and hackers. The cheating players are using aim-bots in the multiplayer mode in order to gain a huge advantage over their opponents.

Sledgehammer Games might create an Anti-Cheat System

The “#Call Of Duty: WWII” PC beta recently ended, and Sledgehammer promised to improve the game’s security features so that players cannot use third-party programs on it.

Some Windows PC games use the VAC (Valve Anti-Cheat System), which is a system designed to prohibit players from using any cheats, hacks, and bots installed on their computers.

The developer might also develop its own Anti-Cheat System for the upcoming game. #Sledgehammer Games will utilize the players’ feedbacks and suggestions from the PC beta version to improve the multiplayer experience ahead of the “Call of Duty: WWII” official launch.

What did the beta version offer?

The beta version of the game offers four different multiplayer maps such as Pointe du Hoc, Ardennes Forest, Gibraltar, and Aachen. All maps are playable in the Team Deathmatch, Domination, and Hardpoint mode. The developer also encouraged fans to try out all of the five divisions including Expeditionary, Airborne, Armored, and Mountain Division.

Players should take note that all of their progress on the previous beta mode would not be carried over the official game.

PC version of the game will beat the consoles

“Call of Duty: WWII” is playable on Windows PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. But according to a report from GameZone, the PC version of the game is going to excel this year. Most of the “Call of Duty” games suffer from poor optimization on Windows PC, which results in mixed feedbacks from Steam users, but Sledgehammer Games made sure that the PC version this year would stand out.

Pre-order bundles

According to DualShockers, the game “Call of Duty: WWII” was rated “M for mature” by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. The organization claims that the game contains Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, and Strong Language in it.

Players who pre-order the game will receive an access to the Multiplayer Upgrade, which permanently unlocks one selected weapon. It will also give an access the Division’s Pack, which includes five new costumes, Nazi Zombies weapon, and “Call of Duty” points worth 1,100.