Today, the builders have additionally introduced that PUBG Mobile’s upcoming replace will convey with a brand new anti cheat system together with a bunch of enhancements to enhance the sport’s safety. According to a tweet on the official PUBG Mobile Twitter, the brand new anti cheat replace can higher detect Cheat Z, Cheat M, Grass Hack, and Auto Aim that plenty of hackers use inside PUBG Mobile.
PUBG MOBILE NEW ERA is coming with the ALL-NEW anti-cheat system improve! We will be sure all of the cheaters get the ban-pan they deserve!💪 pic.twitter.com/nGZ974aqfI
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) September 7, 2020
Moreover, the sport may even have an much more optimised spectating system to make sure gamers don’t abuse it both. The builders have additionally mounted plenty of engine safety points within the new replace. The full listing of safety enhancements as shared by PUBG Mobile’s Twitter account is as follows:
- Further optimised spectating system
- Fixed engine safety points
- Optimised the affect of safety monitoring on efficiency
- Optimised the method and instruments of safety protocols
- Tightened safety protocols on Livik penalty threshold
- Crackdown on chat channel dishonest promotions
- Crackdown on ranked TDM
While I haven’t come throughout any apparent hackers in my time taking part in PUBG Mobile, TDM does have some sketchy characters, so I’m glad PUBG Mobile is doing one thing about it. Unfortunately, nonetheless, we will be unable to play PUBG Mobile’s New Era for the reason that Indian authorities banned the app on grounds of nationwide safety. It stays to be seen whether or not Tencent Games can attain some understanding with the federal government and get the vastly widespread recreation unbanned within the nation. Here’s hoping.
Meanwhile, a brand new recreation “FAU-G” has been introduced, which is anticipated to be launched late October, however apparently nonetheless hasn’t completed work on even the title artwork. The developer lately admitted to utilizing a inventory picture for its large announcement a pair days in the past.