PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

PUBG’s New Anti-Cheat System Can Permanently Ban Your PC

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has announced a new anti-cheat system that permanently bans cheaters device hardware if found guilty for using hacks.

If you’re one of the players who is using cheats when playing PUBG, you better watch your back from PUBG’s new anti-cheat system. Unlike before where players only get an account ban, PUBG is pushing its anti-cheat system to a much higher level.

With the new anti-cheat system, suspected players will not only receive a permanent ban on their PUBG account but also restrict them from playing PUBG on the PC where they’re caught in action.

The new anti-system is already working now and the ban wave is expected to roll out on November 10th. So if you’re caught using PUBG cheats right now, I suggest you to stop using it right away or you will lose the access to the game to your PC.

While the new anti-cheat is only available for PC users for now, PUBG Corp. has confirmed that anyone caught using cheats on Xbox One will also receive a permanent ban.

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By Earl Stewart

Earl is one of those gamers who will play almost any new games. But he more prefers playing FPS and open world games.