Earlier this week, PlayerUnknown & # 39; s Battlegrounds released a fairly innocuous PC patch that focused on optimizing bugs and clients. "We hope to give you an update on what we have been working on soon," said PUBG Corp in this forum post.
Soon it is now, apparently, when the developer announced that it will ban 100,000 cheats in a "single wave" after an exhaustive data review. In addition, balance adjustments have been applied to the blue zone, which will first appear on the test servers.
"We recently discovered a new pattern of cheating in action," said PUBG Corp in this publication, "This week we conducted a comprehensive review of game data of 10 million players and completed the analysis of tens of millions of data records." of Steam Community. "Through this exercise, we were able to identify more than 100,000 instances of the new pattern related to the use of traps and now we have confirmed that it was clearly an attempt to compromise our game."
"These players will be permanently banned in a single wave. This is an example of additional measures that we will take at the top of the basic detection systems in place. We will continue to verify data records like this even if this means that the anti-cheat equipment must filter through hundreds of billions of data records manually. "
The developer adds that despite the recent encouraging players to report directly to the cheats of the playback mode an error related to the game's death chamber and the observation system," it seems that there is no setback even for a player who is not using a trick ", has caused non-cheating to be inadvertently marked, of course, working to resolve this.
As for the blue zone, the following changes will be applied and tested in the next few days:
- The waiting time of the blue areas in the middle to late phase of a coincidence decreased slightly.
- The contraction speed of the blue areas decreased slightly in the middle to late phase (In this phase, the blue zones will now move at a slower speed and the travel time of the blue zones has increased slightly due to this change).
- ] A little more The damage per second of the last blue zone.
Since its full launch late last year, it seems that PUBG Corp has doubled by stepping on cheaters. But let me now pass this to you: are cheaters less frequent in their games? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments south of here.