EA’s upcoming multiplayer FPS Battlefield 2042, which arrives in October, already has a website advertising “undetectable” cheats. It was spotted by CharlieIntel, and the website claims that it can provide aimbots, radar, and wallhacks to customers. The site also states that it’s sold to over 1.2 million clients who have never been booted from a Battlefield game.
This peddler is even claiming is has an undetectable Battlefield 2042 hack. Considering a small number of players have had access to the game’s technical alphas, this is rather bold claim.
As everyone should be aware of by now, using cheats goes against almost every game’s End User License Agreement. Breaking these rules can result in permanent bans. People should be particularly wary about using hacks in Battlefield 2042, since EA has threatened to full ban anyone who is caught leaking footage of the technical alpha.
Of course, other competitive titles like Call of Duty: Warzone, PUBG, and Fortnite consistently have to deal with cheaters wielding all sorts of game-breaking advantages. Even if this website doesn’t really have a hack to Battlefield 2042, it’s only a matter of time until the game does get caught in the crosshairs of the cheating market.
Battlefield 2042 releases on October 22nd for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. The Battlefield 2042 open beta starts in September and is available to anyone who preorders the game.