What is a Cronus Zen and what does it do in Call of Duty and Warzone?
Call of Duty is constantly experiencing issues regarding cheating, which has undoubtedly carried through to Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2. With that, many have been wondering what the cheating device otherwise known as the Cronus Zen in Cod is. Here’s everything you need to know.
It’s safe to say that Warzone, in spite of its enormous fan base and popularity, isn’t a stranger to cheating players. After the Season 2 update, Warzone 2 has since witnessed an alarming rise in cheaters and the number only seems to rise.
However, it’s not just the obvious cheats like aimbots and wallhacks that are causing a stir. In fact, devices like the Cronus Zen – capable of keeping a low profile yet packing grading players a considerable advantage are also taking the spotlight.
What is a Cronus Zen and how does it work in Call of Duty and Warzone?
A Cronus Zen is a small device that players connect to their controllers or PCs. It can be used with almost any console or controller and allows players to mod their gaming equipment to give them an unfair advantage in-game.
Once connected, players attach ‘scripts’ to their Cronus which give them in-game benefits.
Examples include increased aim assist, rapid-fire mods, and no-recoil macros (meaning the Zen will essentially aid in controlling your recoil).
Because it is not an explicit ‘aimbot’ or ‘wallhack’, it can be more difficult to identify in enemy kill cams or opponent footage.
There are also literally thousands of scripts players can download to their Cronus Zen, meaning cheats can take many different forms.
They are also incredibly easy to acquire, with most gaming retailers selling them. There has been talk of game developers seeking legal action to prevent them being so attainable, but nothing concrete has ever materialized.
What does a Cronus do in Call of Duty?
The video below from John Glasscock shows the Zen in action, explaining how easy it is to use and how it can equate to in-game cheating.
Be warned, it’ll probably frustrate any players set on fair play.