PUBG developer PUBG Corp would normally make a major update for the game today. However, this update has been postponed until the next announcement. More than 1 million players banned in January are being shown as a result of delaying the anticipated update to the new anti-cheat program developed specifically for tricks that PC gamers complain about.
PUBG anti-cheat program deferred
The new anti–cheat system, which will also block the third party programs used by the players, will also block graphic programs such as Reshade, and has been postponed until the next announcement. For the update, PUBG’s official Twitter account says, “PC gamers have been delayed due to the anticipation of an unexpected compatibility issue with the antivirus update.” Thank you for your understanding. explained.
BattlEye, the parent company of PUBG’s anti-fraud system, announced yesterday that exactly 1,044,000 people were banned from PUBG. Of course this is a bad figure and not a good news for PUBG. Since the outbreak of the game, the biggest problem is the spread of lanterns, still going on.