PUBG always faced the issue of hackers and cheating, and the problem is persistent with more and more techniques to bypass the game’s anti-cheating mechanics.
PUBG Corp. continuously tries to update their anti-cheat mechanics and systems to combat cheaters, with the latest update being hardware bans. On the PUBG Official Korean Forums, a lengthy statement went out explaining the studio’s new anti-cheat and hacking mechanism. Anyone caught cheating by the system and/or has a history of using hacks before, they will be handed a hardware ban. Earlier in August, PUBG received an update, adding a key guide to loading screen tips, death cam reporting, teammate reporting and more,
Quality of Life
- [LOADING SCREEN] Added a key guide to the loading screen tips
- [UI/UX #01] Targeted interactive objects are now more easily distinguishable by the highlighted outline
- [DEATH CAM REPORTING] Players can now report a player even if the deathcam’s target wasn’t shown properly
- [KILL FEED DISPLAY #01] You can now adjust your killfeed display options
- For war mode/observer screen, the amount is fixed to 5 lines
- You can adjust the normal killfeed results to show 5 to a maximum 10 lines
- [FIXED-PERSPECTIVE OPTION] Added TPP Aim Camera Position to options.
- [TEAMMATE REPORTING] You can now report teammates.
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