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'Battlefield 2042' Cheats Are Already On Sale, Because People Are Awful

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'Battlefield 2042' Cheats Are Already On Sale, Because People Are Awful

Battlefield 2042 isn't even out yet, but it looks as if at least one website is already selling software that will enable cheats and hacks for the upcoming DICE shooter.

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As reported by Charlie Intel, a website called IWantCheats currently claims to have a number of hacks for Battlefield 2042 for sale, including Cheat Radar and Aimbot. We won't be providing a direct link to this website for obvious reasons, but you can find a screenshot of the listing a little further down.

First, take a look at Battlefield 2042 in action below!

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"Safety and undetectability are top priorities for IWantCheats," the page boasts. "Our Battlefield 2042 Hack is confirmed to be undetected, as we always update the second a new patch comes out from the developer." The website also claims to have over 1.2 million registered users who have never been banned from a Battlefield game before - although I'm not entirely certain we should take the claims of a site that sells cheats at its word.

Unfortunately cheat websites setting out their stalls before a game has even launched is nothing new - especially when it's a major online shooter like a new Battlefield.

Credit: Charlie Intel
Credit: Charlie Intel
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According to Battlefield insider Tom Henderson, Battlefield 2042 will use the same anti-cheat tech as games like Apex Legends and Fortnite. How effective this will be in the DICE shooter remains to be seen, but PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S users can at least take comfort in the fact that they can disable crossplay with PC users (where the hackers will be most prominent) and still play with each other.

Battlefield 2042 releases October 22 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Lets just hope DICE is able to get on top of any cheaters quickly - we definitely don't want another Call Of Duty situation where hackers are literally driving honest players away from the game.

Featured Image Credit: DICE

Topics: DICE, News, Battlefield 2042, EA

Ewan Moore
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