Warzone Streamer 'Exposed' For Hacking By Ex-Partner
There are some very creative ways to get back an ex. Throwing clothes out of the house, burning old photos, moving on to an old flame, but exposing someone's Warzone hacks after a break-up is something that puts the cherry on top of the cake.
That seems to be the case with "Velixray", who has now back-handedly implied that their former partner "Sidelogic" is a hacker on Warzone.
Taking to Twitter, Velixray detailed many ways in which she has seen a hacker hide their cheats, which implicated Sidelogic.
Sidelogic 'Exposed' For Hacking By Ex-partner
Sidelogic, a Warzone streamer who has become rather popular for his TikTok account, often posts clips of his no-scope trick shots, although they have now been discredited. Velixray claims that not only does the streamer have hacks, but he also sets up his kills with a second account, hacking on himself.
Velixray went into extraneous detail about the hacks, and how he hides them from the developers and the Ricochet anti-cheat. The ex-partner started by posting a clip of one of the set-up trick shots from back in the Verdansk era.
They then continued to claim that the sharp-shooter then alternates hacks through games on stream, often finding loopholes in how the hacks work before switching them off and using alt-accounts.
Having produced an extensive eighteen-long tweet thread explaining the uses of foot pedals (to control a second account appearing as AI), the manipulation of custom lobbies to have friends pose as enemies, and a range of ways of dodging Hardware bans, Velixray also took a dig at the cheats getting in the way of their dating life.
The accused Sidelogic has since claimed that "there are always two sides to the story" amid the evidence and has claimed that he will post an update in the coming days.
Many on the Warzone-Tok algorithm may have seen Sidelogic's clips of impressive shots combined with in-game emotes, dating back to Verdansk and through to the recently-added Fortune's Keep.
As to whether Sidelogic is a hacker, Ricochet and Activision have yet to take action following the claims, although he was claimed hackers often create accounts with the same name to implicate him. Something smells fishy, and it isn't the salmon at Rebirth Island's docks.