PUBG is filled with people using PUBG cheats to take an unfair advantage and the new PUBG Mobile anti-cheat system is expected to curb this problem. Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds or popularly known as PUBG has become one of the most popular games in the world. While millions and millions of users log in every day for this online multiplayer battle royal. PUBG has been subjected to a host of cheating reports in the recent past.
It gets very irritating when you are running across the field and a single shot from nowhere takes you out. Sometimes, it could be a really good player or a lucky shot from another player; however, there are times when you suspect that something is not quite right. Well, this is when you realize that you have been a victim of PUBG cheats. Which could include aim bots, wall hacks or more.
New PUBG anti-cheat system
Aiming and speed and two of the most used cheats in PUBG which literally makes you invincible during the game, however, what’s the fun it when you are playing it unethically. As the name suggests, the auto-aiming and speed PUBG cheats have also been spotted by several users. There are hacks, plugins and other unauthorized modifications which are used to avail PUBG cheats, however, all this is going to end soon.
In a recent development, PUBG developers have revealed that they have banned over 13 million accounts in the last one year and since they began the anti-cheat program on their platform, they have managed to curb a major chunk of such PUBG cheats in the PUBG game.
Moreover, PUBG has also launched the PUBG PC update patch 22 which comes with an updated new PUBG Mobile anti-cheat system. With the new PUBG Mobile anti-cheat system, users will see a popup whenever they start a new game. It is now recommended to play PUBG after enabling the new PUBG Mobile anti-cheat system anti-cheat system. On the other hand, if a user experiences an issue, he/she can opt to disable this feature in PUBG PC.