Battlefield 2042 is a multiplayer-only online experience where players can choose their favourite Specialists and battle it out, but since it’s multiplayer-only many are assuming that it might end up having a ton of cheaters, with a lot of fans wondering if Battlefield 2042 will have some form of Anti-Cheat.
Thankfully, after some leaks, it was confirmed that Battlefield 2042 will launch with an Anti-Cheat, the same one that was used during the open beta, so fans should be able to purchase the game without too many concerns.
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Will Battlefield 2042 Launch With an Anti-Cheat?
EA confirmed in a blog post that they don’t tolerate cheating, so Battlefield 2042 is launching with an Anti-Cheat system. We hope this is something that blocks most would-be cheaters from playing the game.
Granted, Anti-Cheats have been broken before, as most Warzone fans will tell you, but it’s good that EA and Ripple Effect aren’t making it easy for those that want to ruin everyone’s fun in Battlefield 2042. We did speak to cheat makers who seem confident that they'll be able to breach whatever security system Battlefield 2042 has in store, but
Since Battlefield 2042 is embracing its live-service elements, all we can do is hope that the developers at Ripple Effect continue to make their Anti-Cheat strong and prevent cheaters from messing around with the game, which sounds like an impossible task but we’re sure these devs are up to the task.
Battlefield 2042 is coming to the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on November 19, after initially being delayed from its original October release.