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.