PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds also known as PUBG has a little bit of a cheater problem just like most of the games available right now. Even though the cheatings might be a little bit lesser than others. It doesn’t change the fact that there needs to be something done about this issue. PUBG Corp, the game’s publisher and developer does some impressive job about keeping any kind of cheats/hacks away from the game. Making the game fair for everyone.
Earlier in a Steam post, PUBG Corp. explained about their efforts to keep the cheaters away from the game. Saying ”We’ve upgraded our security measures, improved our anti-cheat solutions, and recently even added a new anti-cheat solution on top of all that. In the meantime, we’ve also been continuously gathering information on hack developers (and sellers) and have been working extensively with multiple partners and judicial authorities to bring these people to justice.” to the players. Also, 15 suspects who were responsible for developing, selling, promoting and using these cheats/hacks were fined approximately 30 million yuan which is around 5 million in USD.
When these numbers come to mind, it’s obvious that PUBG Corp takes cheats and hacks in their game very seriously, taking these people to justice. They also added that these hacks contained Trojan horses, a virus that can steal your information such as a credit-debit card along with your social media information.
PUBG Corp. also encourages you to report any suspicious activity of hacking or cheating in their in-game report system. Also if you are unable to do it so you can submit a ticket to the support team explaining the incident by clicking here.
All you need to do is give the support team your;
Nickname of the player suspicious of hacking,
Date and time of the incident,
A short description of the incident.