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PUBG is one of the most addictive games out there and with the release of Vikendi snow map; this addiction has gone on to another level. Now, to tackle cheating incidents, the makers of PUBG have taken an extreme step in which they went on to ban over 30,000 accounts including 16 accounts of pro players (pro accounts like TEXQS, Papaya, Cageman, PlayerJones, Hoffmann88, Sezk0, Houlow, Kragen etc.). All these accounts were accused of using cheat codes in the game.


The game is now using the Battleye software to tackle such issues. The Battleye software detects players using any kind of cheat code software and informs the developers.


PUBG used this banning tactic in June as well when the players using unfair means to gain momentum in the game were swept off. Many of those banned accounts got revived after an apology was conveyed and since then the developers are keeping a keen eye on these accounts and their activities.


This new anti-cheat software allows the developers to ban the players in real time also. If any player is found cheating, ban radar will be shown on his kill feed.
Well, looks like the game is going to get all fair and tough for the battlefield enthusiasts. PUBG is a royale shooting genre game which is available on PC, Android, iOS, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Currently, the game raced past Fortnite to become the biggest online game.
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- Shivam
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