I am about 2 seconds away from deleting MW/Warzone. At least I will reclaim 400 gigs on my hard drive. The Warzone experience, Plunder in particular, is chuck full of hacking and cheating. Either that or 90% of the players are just a God at sniping. I am now getting headshot quickscoped out of the sky 5-8 times in a row. Despite cutting my chute and flying around in every which direction at full speed, my talented oponent effortlessly lands a perfect headshot. This is really really sad man. Warzone is an amazing game and has incredible potential but I fear we will never ever see it because IW, or whoever is in charge, does absolutely NOTHING about hacking/cheating. Why is it I could play Battlefield 1 for 2 years straight and not get hacked once? And the sniping in BF 1 was incredible. They had this thing called bullet drop so you actually had to try and aim the sniper rifle. Imagine that! And before you get ready to say "Just play Multiplayer," you should know, as hard as this is to imagine, Multiplayer is even worse. Is it really that satisfying to headshot 20 people with a sniper rifle inside of a minute? And if so, for how long until it becomes a bore? I feel like I spend more time reporting cheaters and gliding down for a landing than actually having fun. In fact, I propose they rename Warzone "Parachute." The goal of the game is to see if you can actually land on the ground without being quickscoped to the head while falling at over 100 mph. I love the idea of Plunder because it has redeploy and you can rack up some nice kills with the way the game mode plays. Not a big fan of battle royales so Plunder fits me well, if it weren't such a sad mess full of 27 year old virgins that hate their life so they take it out on fun casual players just looking to have a good time. Is there anyway I can play Plunder with bots? That is a serious question by the way. Video games you to be a stress reliever and not stressful. That all seemed to change when playing with real people became a thing, I wonder if that's a coincidence? Thank you for reading and any intelligent advice you have to share.