Battlefield 2042 is well and truly on the way, with a whole host of game modes and support for 128 players. Fans seem super excited for its release, and we're particularly looking forward to the free-to-play mode, as well as the Battlefield Portal.
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like everyone's approaching things in good faith, and there's several potential upcoming issues with the potential of cheaters making their way into Battlefield and tarnishing the experience for everyone else.
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Battlefield 2042 looks like it could be full of cheaters
Gaming insider Tom Henderson had a chat with someone involved in providing hacks for a cheat-selling website, and it's not good viewing.
It looks like Battlefield 2042 cheats are already widely available, and given that there's a lot of money to be made in selling hacks for our favourite games, Battlefield 2042's anti-cheat will have its work cut out at launch. Given that it looks like Battlefield 2042's Hazard Zone mode will likely be free, that could be the main target for the would-be cheaters.
We'll keep you all updated on the state of Battlefield 2042's cheaters and hackers, but in the meantime why not check out some of our other guides in the run-up to release? We'll let you know which PC launchers Battlefield 2042 is on, as well as how the Battlefield 2042 Plus Menu works.