EA has set out some new community guidelines in order to keep community toxicity at bay.
Players have been waiting patiently for the release of the much anticipated Battlefield 2042, previous titles in the franchise also remain incredibly popular with fans, however it seems there are some players out there with different intentions.
Some players demonstrate toxic behaviour through unfair play and the game chats which can taint the experience for others, now it looks as if they are stepping up measures to keep this from happening.
A recent post from EA suggests that the company are using this time while the title is delayed to put emphasis on its new positive play commitment.
As the new Positive Play initiative is put into place, Battlefield 2042 will give players the ability to completely avoid this kid of negative and toxic behaviour.
Players will be able to block players along with a profanity filter for chats along with being able to actually report players right there in the game.
There will also be some tools that will allow players to apply permanent bans in the Battlefield Portal on experiences the player has created themselves.
There will also be a system put in place to tackle cheaters in the game, the Easy-Anti cheat system that will be used is the same as what is used by popular title Apex Legends.
If players are found to be cheating, they will be issues perma-bans across every platform, we get a taste of this new system as it will already be in place for the Beta which launches next week.
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