Battlefield 2042 is not doing very well now. Three times more players played the predecessor Battlefield V yesterday, and now comes information that not even the cheat devs are able to continue to deliver unfair advantages to the title.
The information comes from game journalist Tom Henderson, who has posted a screenshot from Discord that seems to show a cheat developer who says that they will no longer sell cheat for the game. The reason, however, is not that the game has excellent cheat protection, but that its performance problems affect the cheat while many no longer use their cheat subscription because the game is “dying”.
The question is whether there is any chance for Dice to turn the ship around and get the game on the right keel again, or if it is so unpopular that it is doomed to sink.
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