Bethesda stepped in.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood which released last week was responded to well enough by the fans. Although it didn't receive too admirable rating scores, the game's fun atmosphere is still undeniable. However, on the PC version which released a bit before console, players found a way to implement Cheat Engine and bypass all the microtransactions necessary to improve their character's capabilities. However, this was recently fixed in a 160mb patch.
Bethesda did not punish players who used Cheat Engine but we don't know if that will remain the case if a similar transgression was to somehow happen in the future. Players who had used this cheat acquired infinite Gold Bars even if it was for a very short period of time. Due to this, some players reached costumes and other items able to quickly progress their character much faster than the normal players. Due to the game not being one of competitive nature though, it is a mistake that can be overlooked.