There are still a lot of people who don’t want to win in a clean way, but luckily the developers are on the lookout.
The phenomenon is known everywhere, but unfortunately there are also plenty in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds who are not very familiar with the concept of fair play. Recently, a long post appeared on Reddit in which a PUBG player missed what he thinks the game has been struggling with lately. One of PUBG Corp.’s community managers, Hawkinz, responded to this, seeking to provide reassuring answers to complaints about fraud, among other things.
Hawkinz says it often happens that more than 100,000 accounts a week are banned from the game, which is a pretty serious amount. Between 8 and 14 December, for example, exactly 116,531 accounts were withdrawn. In some cases, hardware bans are made by developers, but there are times when this is not possible, and the community manager will ask the studio to tell you in a later developer log how it works.
Do you often encounter scammers in PUBG?
- Developer: Bluehole Inc.
- Publisher: Bluehole Inc.
- Platform: PC
- Style: Action
- Appearance: 12/20/2017
Brendan Greene, who was also involved in the production of H1Z1: King of the Kill, one of the great connoisseurs of MMO shooting with a concept similar to Battle Royale and Fighting Hungry, released his own game on the subject, combining elements from the genre’s most popular titles: it became the team survival-based PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.