PUBG Mobile is facing distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks which are disconnecting many players from playing the game.
- Players can still play the game in the country
- The team are currently pro-actively working to resolve
On this, the developer team came on upfront and state that they are working on this and will resolve it soon.
Moreover, PUBG Mobile also states that the new anti-cheat patch will be rolled out soon. More team members have been given tasks in order to stop the hackers and cheaters.
PUBG Mobile team shared –
“We are currently encountering several waves of DDoS attacks against our systems that are causing players to disconnect. Our team immediately started taking action and is working closely with local Internet service providers to resolve the issue. We aim to bring back the normal gaming experience to our players as soon as possible,”
-read the post by PUBG MOBILE Community Team on Discord.
Furthermore, the PUBG Mobile team posted on Facebook and Discord that the users will exclusively get a new anti-cheat patch very soon.
Error 403: PUBG Mobile Hit By Multiple DDoS Attacks
Error 403, a member of the PUBG Mobile Community team.posted an official message on the official Discord server of the game.
These attacks on the popular battle royale game PUBG Mobile seem to be a coordinated effort. as seen by some video tweets that reveal the attack mechanism.
This new hacking issue is being termed as “server freeze” wherein several players freeze. at their respective in-game positions and are unable to interact with the game properly.
The issue still appears to be unresolved, 12 hours after the initial Facebook post.
One More Announcement…
“On this announcement, we also would like to inform you that.
A new anti-cheat patch will release soon,” the team writes.
“In the meantime, we have deployed more security team members to put a serious stop to cheaters. Like our players, we have always had a zero-tolerance policy against cheating and hacking.”