- PUBG Mobile has said it’s permanently deleted over 1 million accounts for cheating within the game.
- The PUBG Corporation has decided to take strict action against hackers.
- More than 60% of cases are related to the modification of character model, auto-aim hacks, and X-ray vision.”
The cheating is administered by using hacks within the game, which spoil the gameplay for the remainder of the players. To take care of the decorum, PUBG Mobile introduced the anti-cheat system.
PUBG Mobile developers have an anti-cheat system to prevent cheaters from ruining the experience Upon detecting any wrongdoing, it’ll immediately ban the user permanently from gaining access to the PUBG.
PUBG Mobile tweeted that it’s ban 1,110,842 accounts permanently from accessing their gameplay. This suggests these accounts can’t be revived forever, because of the PUBG advanced system.
PUBG Mobile has outed some stats:
Within the latest anti-cheating report between March 5 and March 11, the bulk of cases are the modification of character model, auto-aim hacks, and X-ray vision.
According to the report, 29% of the accounts had to travel down for using auto-aim hacks or changing their character models. Additionally, 28% were ban for using X-ray vision, 19% for speed hacks, and seven for modifying the world damage.
Break-up of the banned PUBG Mobile accounts
PUBG Mobile has also revealed the rank of hackers at the time of banning their accounts.
- Bronze: 34%
- Silver: 12%
- Gold: 10%
- Platinum: 11%
- Diamond: 12%
- Crown: 10%
- Ace: 6%
- Conqueror: 3%
Thus, 1.2 million is merely 0.2% of its total players. The games like Fortnite Battle Royale, Knives Out, and other games are nowhere near PUBG Mobile. With such huge followership, it’s no surprise that they have taken action against hackers to maintain their reputation in the gaming world.
To make sure that younger players aren’t spending their entire time playing mobile games, PUBG Mobile also limits the gameplay time for its users. PUBG Mobile Corp is additionally getting to open offices with around 100 employees.
PUBG Mobile has urged players to play fairly, they suggest you acquire the talents by spending the maximum amount of time within the game and become better by defeating enemies and killing them.
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With the measure’s taken against the hackers getting stricter, it’ll be interesting to ascertain if the cheaters learn from this and stop such unfair practices.