According to a recent report, a Battlefield 2042 cheat provider is allegedly calling it quits due to performance issues with the game.
Out of 2021, Battlefield 2042 is easily one of the rockiest launches of the year. After weeks from its launch, players still complain about issues identified during its beta stages.
The lack of features such as voice chat and leaderboards certainly annoyed long-time fans of the franchise. In fact, gamers are so unhappy with Battlefield 2042 that its player count is overtaken by Battlefield 1 on Steam.
EA and DICE have addressed several concerns a multitude of times. Unfortunately, the player count continues to decrease rapidly.
The game’s current state seems to be unappealing, not only to gamers. Recent reports claim cheat manufacturers might be on the same boat.
Battlefield 2042 Cheat Provider Allegedly Suspend Its Services Due to Performance Issues
According to reports, a cheat provider stated through Discord it plans to halt Battlefield 2042 cheat distribution.
The leaked Discord image shows how the provider is canceling renewals for new Battlefield 2042 cheats subscriptions.
The communication clarifies that this decision was based on Battlefield 2042’s performance issues affecting the cheats.
Furthermore, this message states that another prominent factor in making this decision is the lack of interest in the game.
One undeniable thing is the rapid decline in players’ interest in the game. Some Battlefield 2042 players want EA and DICE to scrap the game, as they do not believe it is salvageable.
The situation with Battlefield 2042 is so dire that gamers continue requesting refunds weeks after launch.
Also, as the player count decreases, matchmaking times in Battlefield 2042 are getting insanely long. This situation is especially when it is not a peak hour.
Battlefield 2042 has caused some concerns of long-time fans of the series, who fear this title could be the “death” of the Battlefield franchise.
As this fear grows, many players plot to boycott the game as a protest against EA.