PUBG: New Anti Cheat State Update

PUBG: New Anti Cheat State Update

PUBG: New State has received an update to its anti-cheat system, according to publisher Krafton. The new update promises tougher measures against abusive players and cheaters in the popular multiplayer game and Battle Royale.

The updated anti-cheat system went live in PUBG: New State on Tuesday and will target players playing alongside in-game cheaters. Krafton recently updated its policy to ban cheating devices, in an attempt to reduce cheating in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), the version of PUBG Mobile that launched in India earlier this year. Krafton stated on Twitter that he had updated the anti-cheat system in the popular PUBG: New State title.

Which has already crossed the 45 million download mark weeks after its release. Krafton also shared details of the anti-cheat update released Tuesday on Facebook. The new update includes “strengthened measures against players who intentionally play in a squad with someone who is using unauthorized third-party programs,” in addition to new anti-cheat system measures and updates to the existing system.

Survivors! We have updated our anti-cheat system to fight against unauthorized use of third-party programs and unfair gambling. Thank you for helping us keep battlegrounds fair and keep reporting suspicious activity in your games to us! Many online multiplayer games are plagued by hackers and cheaters looking to gain an unfair advantage over other players in the game.

However, the use of unauthorized programs can ruin the experience for legitimate gamers, and PUBG: New State is no exception. Meanwhile, Krafton regularly updates the game’s anti-cheat systems to detect cheats and hackers using ‘rogue programs’ to cheat in the game. Some of the measures previously implemented by Krafton to reduce cheating include preventing PUBG from: New State runs on Developer devices. options enabled.

The company also recently implemented a new device ban policy for cheaters at BGMI. Krafton has begun to permanently ban the devices of players who cheat at BGMI, preventing them from being used to create additional accounts. The publisher has yet to reveal if it will bring the same device ban policy to PUBG: New State in a future update.

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