Battlefield 2042 isn’t even out yet and the game already has cheats at the ready for malicious players to obtain.
If you’re one of the many fans who are dissatisfied with Warzone due to an abundance of cheaters, Battlefield 2042 might not be the solution. Already, one cheat site is advertising aimbot, wallhacks, and more for EA’s upcoming title.
Cheating is a major issue in online multiplayer games. And in Battlefield 2042’s huge lobbies, one hacker could be enough to spoil the fun.
Of course, there’s no way that Battlefield will have cheaters on the same scale as Warzone. After all, Battlefield 2042 will have both anti-cheat software and a paywall to play.
Although Warzone does have an anti-cheat on the way, banned players can simply make a new account to start over. We can’t see people paying full price just to use their Battlefield cheats again.
What’s more, Battlefield Portal Mode bans are permanent, giving players a degree of control over their own custom servers!
Battlefield 2042 Cheats & Hacks Available in Beta
Acting with no shame, certain cheat sites are already advertising their plans to sell Battlefield 2042 hacks.
One site in particular, which we won’t mention by name but isn’t at all difficult to find, claims that they’ll have cheats available for the Battlefield 2042 beta.
You can get access to the Battlefield 2042 beta here, if you haven’t already.
But it’s certainly disappointing to learn that our very first games of the upcoming shooter may already have cheaters in them. The site claims that they’ve been making Battlefield cheats since back in 2006 and can make them undetectable in-game.
On top of that, the Battlefield 2042 cheats, including aimbots and wallhacks, are available on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. And what’s more, the site claims that its software will update immediately with every Battlefield anti-cheat patch, to ensure it’s never blocked.
In fact, the site reportedly has over 1.2 million registered users, none of which have been banned in any Battlefield game for years. This claim is undoubtedly false, as EA does ban Battlefield hackers and other titles in the series haven’t been known for insane volumes of hackers.
It’s a sad world that people feel the need to cheat in video games, especially even in their Beta stages. But DICE is already taking action against malicious users, by banning Battlefield 2042 leakers forever.
We can only hope they feel similarly strongly about Battlefield cheaters. Thanks to those leaks, however, we do have new information about Battlefield 2042’s anti-cheat software!
Check out the first gameplay of the Battlefield 2042 Technical Playtest here! And, if you haven’t already, make sure to claim your free Battlefield 2042 skin for Irish.