Battlefield 2042 He thrilled us with his first trailer, which seemed to indicate that DICE and Electronic Arts fully understood what the fans wanted. Unfortunately, the story turned out to be different. Since its official launch in November, the war shooter has done nothing but disappoint the community with its myriad technical bugs and design issues. Now even cheaters don’t want to hear from him anymore.
After failing to meet expectations, thousands of fans stopped playing Battlefield 2042 a few days after its premiere. Weeks passed and the situation didn’t change at all, and even Steam opted to break its rigorous refund policy to possibly avoid retaliation from players.
While the title of DICE and Electronic Arts is falling apart and struggling to maintain a strong community, cheat distributors are slowly starting to sideline the project by failing to find enough demand to justify their services.
Battlefield 2042 is so bad that even hackers abandon it
During the summer, everything seemed to indicate that DICE’s futuristic shooter was going to suffer a rather severe cheater epidemic. After all, we must remember that there were websites that were offering malicious software months before the official launch of the game.
But nevertheless, Battlefield 2042 He managed to rid himself of that evil, although perhaps not as expected. First seen by prestigious insider Tom Henderson, a cheat provider announced via Discord that it will suspend its services for the game due to constant performance issues plaguing hacks and a lack of interest.
A #Battlefield2042 Cheat provider is suspending it’s services to the game… And no… It’s not because of Anti-cheat.
It’s because the games performance makes the cheats not work properly 😂 pic.twitter.com/IuHMNSWMfe
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) January 12, 2022
According to the portal NME, a user replied to the insider’s tweet and claimed that other websites also stopped selling cheats to Battlefield 2042 due to the absence of players. The good news is that the small but loyal shooter community will have less chance of encountering cheaters in their game sessions. We suppose that you have to look at the positive side of each situation, right?
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But tell us, what do you think of this situation? Do you still play this title? Let us read you in the comments.
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