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PUBG: New images for desert map and cheaters are having a bad day


Cheaters are having a bad day in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. On Friday, Bluehole banned nearly 20 000 cheaters, and according to BattleEye, PUBG's anti-cheat system, they're banning between 6 000 to 13 000 cheaters every single day. Another interesting fact is that just in the last month, there has been a tremendous spike (more than double in the past month)  in cheaters playing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Lastly, according to BattleEye the majority of cheaters are from China.

“Over 322,000 cheaters have been banned from PUBG so far, more than twice as many as posted by @PLAYERUNKNOWN just a month ago,” announced BattleEye on Twitter. “We are currently banning at a rate of 6K-13K per day, nearly 20K within the last 24 hours alone. The vast majority is from China.”

The reason for the sudden increase in cheaters could be the addition of more FPP servers. Fortnite has also seen an increase in cheaters, but Epic is taking drastic action – two cheaters are now being sued.


In other PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds news. PC Gamer got some hands-on time with the upcoming PUBG desert map, as well as test the highly anticipated vaulting mode.

According to PC Gamer, the desert map will be sniper's paradise, as well as ample opportunity to stage ambushes. When it comes to driving, then “handling will act and feel much differently depending on whether players are on smooth, paved surfaces or offroading on rough terrain.” When it comes to vaulting, PC Gamer notes that it's still very much a work-in-progress, but definitely a great feature. “PUBG's vaulting system is still in an unfinished state, but after just a few attempts at clambering and climbing it begins feeling extremely smooth and kinetic.”

The vaulting system is expected to release in PUBG with the next update.

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