Advanced Warfare System Hack Scorestreak score post update

The Call of Duty Advanced Warfare System Hack Scorestreak has had its score changed after the December 18 update and complaints that it’s “annoying”, which takes the game on PS4 to version 1.08. This update means it will cost you a 700 Scorestreak for the basic Advanced Warfare System Hack, although it adds up to a lot more if you want to attach other things to it.

Before the COD Advanced Warfare PS4 update today, you could use the System Hack Scorestreak from a score of 600 and then add Assist Points for an extra 50 score, or Flash for 50, disable active enemy electronic-based equipment for 50, and add extended time twice for 150 extra score each.


The Advanced Warfare System Hack also allows for players to disable the usage of exo movement at a 200 score cost, and finally the ability to kill all active enemy scorestreaks. If you add the most expensive 3 modules on, then it would cost 1350 before the 1.08 PS4 update today, but now that has jumped to 1450 and 700 without any extra modules.

You can see a screenshot above and below with modules included and also without anything added. This reveals the score cost differences after the Dec 18 update.

We have seen first hand why this adjustment has been needed. One game we played seemed to include a clan, which worked as a team with the System Hack to mean throughout the multiplayer game this Scorestreak was used non-stop by the other side. If you have seen this for yourself, you will know it ruins the gaming experience and gets very annoying.

It’s not clear if adding an extra 100 score cost will change things when a team/clan work together like this, but we will find out soon enough. Are you happy to see the System Hack cost more in COD Advanced Warfare?

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