According to a new Battlefield 2042 report, the upcoming first-person shooter – due out in October via PC, PS4, PS5, and the trio of modern Xbox consoles – is in trouble. While everything DICE and EA have shown about the game so far, fans are excited for the premiere. Battlefield game three years from now, it remains to be seen whether the game will be able to keep up with this hype at launch. To do this, it needs to have two correct things on exit: servers and anti-cheat. That said, while there’s no reason to doubt the servers won’t be able to handle the launch, it looks like the launch could be a problem, or at least that’s what a new report. from a prominent Battlefield 2042 insider Tom henderson complaints.
According to Henderson, a hacker recently relayed the word that Battlefield 2042 the cheats are already announced and garnering a lot of interest months before the game was even released. To this end, the hacker claims that the game is “f **** d”.
“I recently spoke with a hacker vendor about previously announced Battlefield 2042 cheats etc, he replied,“ Yeah, this game is fucked up. We saw a 400% increase in website traffic and signups in August. in July, much of which comes from Battlefield 2042 research, ”said Henderson.
I recently spoke with a hacker vendor about # Battlefield2042 already announced cheats, etc.
He replied, “Yeah, this game is fucked up. We saw a 400% increase in website traffic and signups in August compared to July, much of which came from BF 2042 searches ”.
– Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) August 24, 2021
As we reported earlier, Battlefield 2042 will supposedly use an anti-cheat on the way out, but it looks like that might not be enough. That said, it remains to be seen if that will be the case. Hackers and cheaters are inevitable. They plague all popular online competitive games. However, they afflict others, like War zone and Rainbow Six Siege, much more than they affect games like Apex Legends and Fortnite. From the sounds of it, Battlefield 2042 might fall into the latter category, but for now all we can do is wait and see.
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