Battlefield 2042, the latest installment of the shooter by DICE and Electronic Arts, is getting closer and closer to entering the beta phase so that the most curious and interested can get their hands on this title with a view to a launch in october this year. Although it is a game highly anticipated by the community of gamers in the world, it is also for those users who do not play fair and resort to “hacks”.
Lately the problem of cheats has become more important, so much so that Call of Duty: Warzone It has become a far cry from the fun you used to have. Standing players and even streamers have been scared away before the scourge of hackers, to the point of migrating to other similar games como Apex Legends.
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Battlefield 2042 in the crosshairs of hack providers
It is known of the existence of certain websites where applications to execute hacks or cheats within very popular games are marketed. Recently it became known that one of the largest providers of this type of software has seen an increase in traffic in its Battlefield section, this information came through Tom Henderson, a well-known content creator, who shared the following comment with his followers of Twitter:
“I spoke to a hack vendor recently regarding the Battlefield 2042 cheats already being hyped and more.
He replied, ‘Yes, that game is screwed up. We’ve seen a 400% increase in web traffic and registrations between August and July, a lot of that coming from searches for BF 2042 ‘. “
Everything would indicate that hackers would already be anticipating the release of the game and probably use the beta tests that EA has announced as a testing ground to see if their applications are well calibrated.
Both the developers at DICE and the company in charge of publishing the game, Electronic Arts, must take action to assure players that they will enjoy a fair gaming experience. If you do nothing, it is likely that many will end up being chased away and the launch of Battlefield 2042 will be marred by users who do not know how to play fair.