Following the releases of console hacks for Battlefield 4, a new website www.ilikecheats.com has released BF4 hacks for PC players. The website has screens and videos showing how the hack works in the game when deployed. The program actually places a small red box around all enemy players allowing you to see them at all times, even when behind walls or on the other side of the map. This gives the hacker an unfair advantage as he can always see anyone camping or hiding under a stairwell in a building, etc. It also helps players who choose the sniper class locate enemy players as far off as the other side of the map and kill them with one shot to the head. The cheat also displays a player’s name, health and distance as seen in the video. The BF4 hack player in the video ranks up numerous times and gets a massive amount of kills by being able to see players at all times, check it out yourself at ilikecheats.com
To make matters worse the BF4 anti-cheat technology PunkBuster and FairFight have been making huge errors when it comes to player bans for cheating. Just this week thousands of posts were made on the official Battlefield 4 forums from users who never used a hack saying they got “GAME HACK #89265”. Many of these customers (players) ended up having to do chargebacks and get refunds for not being able to play anymore. In the end, PunkBuster said they made a mistake and did a full reversal on all the bans, but this was after 4 long days. Also, many players have been ranting about FairFight and how the stat system is banning them for simply being veteran players with great skills. A simple search on Google™ will show complaints for both of these anti-cheat systems.
In the end, it looks like BF4 hacks are here to stay, and the anti-cheat technology is making errors by banning legit BF4 players as usual.