Battlefield 4 beta hackers already spotted: report
It didn’t take long before the first hacking reports from the Battlefield 4 beta surfaced. Players are reporting cheaters and hackers on Battlelog, and some of the player stats confirm this. The above stats (link) suggest that most of the hits from the Type 88 LMG have resulted in kills.
According to the raw stats, the weapon fired 3557 shots fired at 6.2% accuracy results in 232 hits. Which resulted in 160 kills — something that’s highly unlikely. The stat is even more incriminating when it comes to the U-100 MK5 LMG. Not to mention the extremely high kills/min ratio for most weapons in the game.
Hacking is nothing new in the series. There are still plenty of hackers in BF3 — two years after the release of the game. The BF3 beta was also plagued by hackers at some point. Hopefully DICE will look into this and patch things up as much as possible before the game launches on October 29.