Battlefield 2042 is not out now, but its cheats have already started to appear and are targeted by hackers. Charlie Intel, ‘ IWantCheats‘ is already offering cheats for the upcoming online shooter game. There’s a list of hacks, aimbots, radar hacks, ways to harass people, and more game-breaking features that could ruin anyone’s fun.
What’s worse is that ‘IWantCheats has never been banned from any Battlefield game before’ 1. More than 2 million registered accounts” to claim that he has.
The website also actively encourages players to cheat, saying that their hacks go undetected and are always updated: ” Security and undetectability are top priorities for IWantCheats. Our Battlefield 2042 hack has been confirmed not detected as we update it as soon as a new patch is released from the developer.”
The IWantCheats site also Outriders, Call of Duty: Warzone, Splitgate and even Sea of Thieves
It also promises cheats for .
With streaming online now the norm, many “professional” gamers become stars, using tricks to trick their viewers into thinking they’re more talented than they really are. While some are caught, as more complex attacks increase, it becomes more difficult for developers to determine whether a cheat has been used.
Because it is an online competitive shooter Battlefield 2042 seems to be swarming with players looking to gain an unfair advantage. Where developers spend as much time developing a game from scratch to thwart hackers Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends and PUBG we have seen this again and again in games.
Call of Duty has permanently banned 300,000 players worldwide since its launch, and 60,000 more players were caught using cheat software in February. But unfortunately, hackers and cheaters continue to find more ways to manipulate the game and cause misery for every player who chooses to play fair.
While Battlefield 2042 is shaping up to be a recognizable return to Dice’s long-running first-person shooter, it’s critical that EA stop cheaters early, as no one wants to play a competitive game that is inherently corrupted by hackers.
Let’s hope both Dice and EA can keep Battlefield 2042 competitive and hack-free, but it looks like action needs to be taken now to stop the impending wave of cheating. . .