PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is a worldwide phenomenon and more and more players are joining the title, making it the most popular game today.
With success also comes new legions of players and some do not with good intentions because they seek to win illegitimately by cheating and trying to alter the game through external programs. That is why Bluehole made the decision to use the protection technology of BattlEye and it has caused more than 150,000 cheaters to have already been banned.
Yesterday on the official PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS account, managed by Brendan Greene, it was reported that thanks to the use of the BattlEye protection it had banned over 150,000 players who were caught cheating.
The amount is proportional to the increase of the players who have purchased the title just in June, it was reported that PUBG had banned 25 thousand players within a few months of its debut. At the same time, Brendan Greene revealed that at the time of confirming the updated number of players banned for cheating in PUBG, it was also recorded 8000 bans in just 24 hours.
Basically, BattlEye technology creates a protective shield around the game, which is sensitive to most external programs designed to break the title.
PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is available on PC and will soon arrive on Xbox One, where it will receive support from Microsoft, including some improvements in the graphic section.
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