Cheat provider support for Battlefield 2042 discontinued due to game

Cheat provider support for Battlefield 2042 discontinued due to game quality and churn

The provider of the fraudulent software Battlefield 2042 has announced that it will no longer sell cheats. The reason for this was not the game’s anti-cheat, but rather problems with the performance of the project, which interfered with the correct operation of a third-party program.

Image source: Electronic Arts

Image source: Electronic Arts

Insider Tom Henderson announced this on Twitter. The cheat provider also talked about another reason for the suspension of the sale – the massive churn of players from Battlefield 2042. “Sagittarius is dying”… users who currently have an active subscription to fraudulent software cannot renew it. And those who bought an unlimited subscription can change their subscription to cheats for any Call of Duty.

Twitter and Reddit users reacted to the recording as expected – and made fun of Battlefield 2042. Steam statistics, meanwhile, show that there is indeed an exodus of players in the shooter. There is no trace of the peak value of 105,397 simultaneous users – now online in a shooter no more than 8-13 thousand simultaneous players.

Also in steam Battlefield 2042 is mostly rated negatively by the players. Out of 86,380 reviews, only 33% of users gave a positive answer.

Battlefield 2042 was released on November 19, 2021 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

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