It appears like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has continuously been within the information in latest months,and nearly not one of the speak about it has been adverse – the sport has severely made waves within the business as of late. Right this moment, it was introduced that the anti-cheat service that PUBG makes use of, BattlEye, is extraordinarily efficient at tackling cheaters, with between 6,000 and 13,000 gamers banned each single day. In whole, the anti-cheat device has banned over 322,000 cheaters, and this quantity will proceed to develop as the sport nonetheless rises in recognition.
We’re at the moment banning at a fee of 6K-13Okay per day, practically 20Okay throughout the final 24 hours alone. The overwhelming majority is from China.
— BattlEye (@TheBattlEye) October 13, 2017
It’s an fascinating however unsurprising statistic to know that the overwhelming majority of bans in PUBG are from China – the sport is extremely in style over there, and in early October there was a slew of complaints about lag and in-game advertising, leading to a Steam-based overview bomb. The quantity of bans and review-bomb fiasco are probably unrelated, although – the variety of cheaters is probably going because of the sheer variety of gamers coming from China.
BattlEye is a widely known Anti-cheat program at this level, and while PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is well the most well-liked sport that utilises it, the service has been round for a few years, and an excellent many video games depend on it – making certain its effectiveness relating to bans.