Has there been any info on whether or not the next bf will use a real anticheat?
Fairfight, the statistics-based anti-cheat (lol) is only barely managing to skim the surface.
Some of the most prominent cheat-engines for bf1 (and other battlefields) are in status: undetected since 2016, so fairfight doesn't really work against anything else than stupid rage-hacks.
In earlier battlefields, the community made their own anti-cheat system where people banned from rented servers got placed in a database of cheaters, so at the very least rented servers with active admins where (somewhat) safe.
But in bf1, they crippled rented server administration, so servers owners couldn't do that anymore. I doubt this will change for bf5.
So the only option left is that EA/Dice tries a LITTLE bit harder to fight of cheats. Maybe they could take a hint or 2 from how Blizzard deals with it, blizzard actually sued producers of cheats for their games.