It is planned that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II will include a substantial gameplay mode that will be very similar to the exciting Escape from Tarkov mode that challenges our abilities. In the meantime, players have been vocal about their dissatisfaction with the abundance of cheats in this second shooter.
According to the information that can be found in a variety of locations on the internet, Escape from Tarkov is currently in a state where it cannot be played. The community is of the opinion that ever since the beta was launched (which occurred 4.5 years ago), they have never witnessed their favorite shooter being in such a dreadful state as it is right now.
All of this is due to individuals employing specialized tools to assist them to see through walls (also known as “wallhacking”) or shooting at other individuals (aimlock). Because there are now so many of them on EFT servers, it is now extremely difficult to compete in a battle without encountering a hacker.
The developers of the smash game, Battlestate Games, have had to deal with dishonest players in the past, but never on such a massive scale as this. Fans have already been informed by the CEO of the organization that they are doing all in their power to eliminate individuals who ruin the game for others; yet, the community on Reddit claims that there has been no progress made in this regard.
It appears that the problem was caused by patch 12.12.30, which opened up a number of security loopholes in the game’s files. As a result of the potential lack of attention shown by the creators, con artists are able to publish even more hacks or create even simpler ones (like getting up in the air).