The new Call of Duty: Warzone hacker conspiracies theories reveals that the game’s biggest streamers are hackers, following these theories their children are wearing tinfoil hats.
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There is a whole subreddit specifically created to point out streamers who are supposedly cheating.
However, many of the pro gamers and streamers believes that being called hacker is important.
These conspiracy theories are not limited to just streamers playing games but also to their IRL moments. At one point, ZLaner’s IRL move to Toronto was questioned and, in turn, many have made fun of the accusers.
Responding to those silly jokes about conspiracy theorizing, headwear has gotten involved.
In an October 24 Reddit post, someone showed that their kid is wearing a literal tinfoil hat in the name of “passion.”
Tinfoil hats supporting Warzone hacker conspiracies
In the post we can clearly see ‘IBEATCURRY1on1’ son’s new outfit including the Tinfoil hat and if you still have not any clue why is he wearing this hat, the title explains it pretty well.
“My Son loves BadboyBeman’s tinfoil hat theme. We both dislike Streamer cheaters in COD and Fortnite with a passion.” One has to assume they’re talking about BadBoyBeaman here, a notorious hacker watchdog, but the intentions are obvious.
The post has got mixed opinions from different users.
One user said “dads are based. Can see through this bullshit that ‘professional’ gaming is.” But there’s been backlash as well, with one calling the OP a “terrible father” who should “stop pushing” their child into this scene.
The hacker conspiracy theories are now going way too far and is not just limited to players and supporters but the families are now being involved into the matter.
However, CoD Vanguard is launching on November 5, after which the new title’s integration is meant to bring a robust RICOCHET Anti-Cheat to Warzone. At that point, one has to wonder if the accusations will slow down or simply evolve.