CSGO Player Made Fake Multihacks Got 3000+ Cheaters Banned

Player made fake CSGO multihack packs were used to lure in more than 3000+ cheaters only so that they could immediately get banned from the game.

Cheating has been a persistent problem with CSGO, and it complicates a number of things given the huge community that the game has. Valve has been banning people for as long as we can remember – the last time was only a couple of weeks ago – but that has not been enough.

This led to a devoted fan, AndroidL, taking matters into his own hands; and he did that in a way that was very well suited to the cheaters. He created fake multihacks for the game and let thousands of cheaters download them. Little did the downloaders know that they were warranting their own bans with it.

Those fake hacks were laced with hidden features that activated the Valve Anti Cheat program to kick in automatically just a little while after the hacks were installed and used.

Not only that, AndroidL made sure these hack bundles looked lucrative to everyone, for instance they had wallhacking, aimbotting, bunnyhopping, special lean angles and so on which made thousands of people download them. According to these guys, all of those cheaters were banned.

The first two releases had a ‘timer’ in them which meant the features that instantly [Valve anti-cheat] banned them would only be activated after a certain time (e.g. 10 PM on the day after the release)… the final hack (with over 3.5k downloads) just instantly VAC bans them as soon as they open the hack and join a game.

In total, more than 3000 people downloaded the CSGO multihack packs which would also be the number of cheaters that have been kicked out from the community.

Oh and if you are happy about this and wish to join the party laughing at the CSGO cheaters who got cheated with this, here are some screenshots of dozens of them complaining.

Sarmad is our Senior Editor, and is also one of the more refined and cultured among us. He's 25, a finance major, and having the time of his life writing about videogames.