According to GameRant, before launch, Battlefield 2042 was eagerly awaited by the community, but after it came to players, the game received a lot of criticism and heavy disappointment from the Battlefield community. DICE has done a lot to fix its big game, but the player base is dwindling. Typical of this problem, a cheat software maker even decided not to support Battlefield 2042 anymore.
The AIMEXCHEATS cheat software team stops supporting Battlefield 2042
According to a post from Panfyero, a member of the AIMEXCHEATS team that specializes in game hacking, said that they will no longer support Battlefield 2042. The reason is the ongoing performance issues of the photo game. affects fraud, as well as the number of users who want to commit fraud is also not much.
Technically, the cheats that AIMEXCHEATS created for Battlefield 2042 will continue to work temporarily for a while. However, these tools are offered through a subscription, so as soon as the subscription ends, the buyer will no longer have access to them. Of course, it’s possible that DICE will update Battlefield 2042 before that time, which could also break the cheats.
The cheat production team explains to people who bought a lifetime subscription that they can convert their plan to Call of Duty. This has created mixed feelings for Battlefield fans. It’s a good thing that cheat software stops supporting Battlefield 2042, but it chooses Call of Duty with a richer user base left Battlefield fans down. Even many people want Battlefield 2042 to be more active so that it can support the reverse economy for cheaters.
Regardless of whether the claims from the maker of Battlefield 2042 cheats are true or not, this message shows just how much of a decline the game has been, and just as much work that DICE needs to do to protect it. get it up.