Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 vetrans will remember when the hacks and glitches started coming out for their beloved game, and now it seems as though Halo: Reach is going through the same fate with a newly discovered auto aim hack that allows the player to kill his opponent without shooting anywhere near his body.
It was only a matter of time before this sort of thing was implemented into Halo, after seeing much of the success (or failure) that hackers had on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 by implementing all sorts of glitches and hacks that let’s say, hugely angered honest COD players.
In the video that we have provided you below thanks to GameCrashers.net, you will see the player shooting almost aimlessly and getting head shot, after head shot, after head shot, and then proceeding to go on a frenzied rage of an almost kill-pocalyptic killing spree. And yes, he also does this by shooting nowhere near the region of the enemy that you should be shooting to get a registered kill.
If this hack/glitch/whatever it is makes it out into the mainstream, think Halo Reach as almost dead – unless that is Microsoft bring down the banhammer to all players using it. I guess one good thing so far is that it is not public knowledge how to implement this hack (at time of writing).
Check out the video below, and you can see what I mean.
What do you make of the new exploit on Halo Reach?
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