BattlEye has now banned over 1.5 million PUBG accounts for cheating

30 Декабря, 2017, 03:08 | Author: Jacqueline Daniels
  • BattlEye has now banned over 1.5 million PUBG accounts for cheating

That's frustrating in any game, but in PUBG, it's a problem that can wipe out your entire match progress in an instant.

The full patch notes for the December 28th PUBG PC update can be found below, along with a short note from the developer explaining the causes behind the difficulties. That path toward fixing those issues permanently begins with this patch, as Bluehole has "removed some inefficiencies in server infrastructure and optimized in-game servers to alleviate the problem".

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Then it's onto the meat of the update. What started as a small indie project has exploded into the hottest game of the season, offering a unique pvp experience that keeps gamers coming back for more. But what do you think of this news? Despite some might think this patch is rather mundane, it's just another example of how PUBG Corp.is always hard at work on ensuring that players are enjoying both versions of the game as much as possible. Furthermore, resuming a replay will take you to where you left off, so you no longer need to watch them from the beginning.

PlayerUnkown's Battlegrounds, the game which stole the limelight from the AAA titles in 2017 and proved that indie games can beat even the well-established franchises. The developer also said that a multitude of issues were to blame for the in-game lag to become worse or happen more frequently in the past few weeks, which is why it was not able fix things more quickly.

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