Battlefield 2042 Hacks/Cheats With Aimbot, ESP/Wallhack, And Radar Hack
By Tom Capper – Updated June 9th, 2021
The Battlefield series is one of the oldest FPS franchises (along with Call of Duty and Counter Strike) that is still currently active, and it’s still being developed by the company behind Battlefield 1942, DICE. Over the years, we’ve seen countless titles in this series, ranging from the original game, Battlefield 1942, all the way to the most recent title, Battlefield 2042.View Our BF 2042 Products
Hot on the heels of the controversial Battlefield V, Battlefield 2042 is the next step forward, and it brings the fight to the near future, as the name would suggest. While it may not be set as far in the future as Battlefield 2142, it’s the furthest forward that Battlefield has gone since Battlefield 4 was released, which was set in a much nearer future.
Battlefield 2042 promises to make everything bigger and better than previous Battlefield games, as the game is no longer constrained by last-gen hardware. The release of next gen consoles has allowed DICE to do the impossible in a range of different ways, including upping the player count.
Battlefield players have been begging DICE to increase the scale of games, and they have listened to the community. While previous games were locked to a 64-player limit, DICE has gone ahead and doubled it, allowing players to enjoy 128-player games that are more reminiscent of a full-scale war.
Along with the higher player count, DICE has also increased the size of maps so that they feel less cramped. However, if previous games have been any indication, they don’t have to increase the size of the maps too dramatically because of how barren certain spots on maps could be.
For example, even an urban map like Battlefield 4’s Siege of Shanghai could feel strangely empty with only 64 players fighting a war over it. If you were to up the number of players to 128, you’d have some insane fights without feeling like the map was too constrained, so even a 25% increase in map size might be sufficient.
Along with increased player counts, Battlefield 2042 promises to increase the number of events that can occur over the course of a battle. For example, one of the maps is based at a rocket launch site, reminiscent of a fan favorite map from Call of Duty in which the rocket takes off part way through the battle.
There will even be intense weather events that occur over the course of battles, including tornadoes and more. Battlefield 2042 even lets you customize your weapons on the fly, returning to a detailed weapon customization system with plenty of attachments, which is something that players have been clamoring for.
Battlefield 2042 Hacks
Battlefield has historically been a game in which hackers have roamed free, as it comes with the territory of being one of the oldest FPS games. Also, the large scale of games in Battlefield has always made it easier to blend in with the crowd, making it harder to convince a server that you’ve been cheating.
However, Battlefield has also always been exclusively a paid title, if you avoid spin-offs like Battlefield Heroes. Since it is a premium game, Battlefield 2042 is harder to hack in, especially since the game isn’t old enough to start going on sale frequently enough to make it easier to repurchase.
This means that you have to be careful about hacking in Battlefield 2042 to ensure that you don’t get caught and that you don’t have to waste more than sixty dollars on your next purchase. That being said, it’s still unclear just how cheating will be managed in Battlefield 2042 because DICE is being unclear on it.
Many players assume that DICE isn’t being obvious about their plans for anti-cheat to make it harder for cheat developers to create cheats that will be able to work against the game’s systems. However, sooner or later, the developer will have to reveal how they intend to counter cheating in this new title.
One of the most basic forms of anti-cheat is having the community manage cheaters, which is often one of the most effective ways to do so. However, this has the disadvantage of only making it easier to catch people who are obviously cheating instead of being able to catch everyone who hacks.
On the other hand, it’s entirely possible that DICE will opt for one of the many different anti-cheat programs that they can purchase off the shelf. The two biggest anti-cheat programs on the market are Easy Anti-Cheat and BattlEye, so it’s relatively likely that it will be one of these two.
However, there’s also the possibility that Battlefield 2042 will use an in-house anti-cheat solution, like many developers have been opting for in recent years. For example, Valorant features Riot Vanguard, which was developed in-house, and Call of Duty features COD Anti-Cheat.