H1Z1 Developer Caught “Accidentally” Cheating Mid-Stream (VIDEO)

In the PC gaming world, it’s common to find players using cheats in-game. Despite that, most people wouldn’t expect to find the game’s creator using cheat programs while streaming with fans. Unfortunately for one H1Z1 developer, he was caught doing exactly that and it didn’t take long for viewers to notice.

Joshua Kriegshauser is a Technical Director who frequently plays the massive arena shooter he helped to create on his Twitch channel. Of course, he wants to show off his game, but it’s doubtful that he’d want to show his cheating skills too. It seems the H1Z1 developer “forgot” that he had left a cheat program open during a live match with friends. Luckily they did the right thing and wouldn’t let him live it down. In the short clip below, viewers get to see the very moment that he was called out on it:

 

It didn’t take very long at all for the H1Z1 developer to get called out by his followers. In the video, Kriegshauser is blowing everyone out of the water, taking names and kicking ass before the dreaded words, “Why are you cheating?”. At first the comments start out quiet and a little doubtful, but then begin to escalate to “a dev f***ing cheating”, and so forth. At this point, Kriegshauser asks his fellow players if they are unable to see him, before dropping down the command console featuring none other than an invisibility cheat code.

Although it seems to be a hilarious accident, the internet continues to give the H1Z1 developer a hard time because what else is the internet for if not bashing people? For those interested in purchasing H1Z1 for themselves, it’s available on Steam right now. What do you think of this cheating fiasco? Do you use cheat codes in PC games? Let us know in the comment section below and then make sure to follow DFTG on Twitter to stay updated on all the latest gaming and entertainment news 24/7! Speaking of H1Z1, the November patch is here and brings lots of goodies that you can check out right here!

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