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PUBG Recieved New Console Update.1.5 Millions Cheaters Get Banned

PUBG gets a new patch on Xbox One yesterday. On the Xbox One , PUBG performance is not so good like on PC but it is continuously improving by new patches.

Developer Bluehole addresses many issues and includes some features:

The new update gives players gives more and new ways to enjoy squad mode. Now, you can enjoy squad mode as an alone, two and three person team without any matchmaking.

The update also addresses in-game lag. Developers also release a  server-side patch to addresses an in-game crash.

“Quick update; we’ve released a server-side patch this evening that addresses one of the lower frequency crashes as well as reduces intermittent in-game lag,” the company continue

“We have deployed a small patch to reduce the character position readjustment issue and further reduce intermittent in-game lag,” Bluehole explains.

The competition in the game is so high that some gamers cheat in the game and kill the other by various unlogical modes and methods. Day by day they are facing bans from the BattleEye(Anti-cheat Program).

According to the Steam Spy, here over 26 million Steam accounts that own the game out of which the banned accounts have reached the 1.5 million and are being banned with double rate with respect to the previous months. As PUBG is continuously growing there will more player means more cheaters and then more bans will happen.

Credits: Bluehole

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