We all know what a pain in the butt cheaters can be in online games. It's no wonder that "normal" players don't pass up any opportunity to take them down a notch or two or simply mock them. On Reddit there was a thread where one user presented a fragment of a match with a cheater in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, which he had a chance to watch as part of the Overwatch system.
He caught one of the players when he was using a wallhack in a rather clumsy way. Others quickly noticed, among other things, his poor movements (you can see some attempts at bunny-hopping) or lack of knowledge about which wall the bullets pass through, but that's not what amused them the most. The cheater, completely unaware of the location and surroundings, wanted to go back to kill the enemy behind a wall. The result was that by taking one step too many, he just fell off the map.
Wallhacks can't fix stupid - An Overwatch Tale from r/GlobalOffensive
It's not difficult to guess the community's reaction - the video quickly conquered Reddit (at this point it has over 26,000 likes), and the players spared no effort to outbid eachother with mocking comments on the cheater. Many found the video satisfying, users also shared stories about the cheaters they encountered, who despite spending hundreds or thousands of hours in the game were still weak, and decided to use "assistance".
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - official website
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - game guide
- Valve - official homepage