User Vision Pro was a target-assisted, self-shooting trick that gained some attention recently thanks to YouTube demonstrations showing what it could achieve in Call of Duty: Warzone. These videos have now been taken offline, but you can see what was shown thanks to Twitter Anti-Franco Police Department. The video claimed that User Vision Pro would work on "any game" and on consoles, in addition to PCs, "undetectable" and "unstoppable" and also "extremely fast (sic)".
Ars Technica broke down its operation. Basically, software that runs on a second computer that causes the game to be released to analyze what it is watching, identify enemies, and then through third-party hardware such as Cronus Zen, which was in the center of a recent accusation of war zone deception involving a world record. Holder: Takes control of the controls to make sure a cheating player lands the throw.
The fact that the script ran on a separate computer and did not modify any game files supposedly made it undetectable, although of course a player who went from no-hoper to no-scoper would still be noticed. Whether User Vision Pro could really live up to its promises is academic, since its website has been shut down. There is only one left statement of the creator of the trick, User101.
This statement was not necessary.
However, at the request of Activision Publishing, Inc. ("Activision"), I will no longer develop or provide access to software that may be used to exploit your games. My intention was never to do anything illegal. At the end of the video that attracted so much attention to this project, it was stated “soon”. The software was never released.
This type of technology has other real help benefits, for example, if a webcam is pointed at itself, movement can be controlled without the use of limbs. Unfortunately, due to its potential negative impact, I will not develop it further.
User 101 explained Waypoint was motivated to create User Vision Pro because of the amount of tricks that already exist. “Every time they kill me, I wonder if I was a professional player with a huge situational awareness and extreme precision or just a trick,” he said. Which sounds like an explanation of why you want there to be fewer pirates than more, but what do I know?