PUBG Corp, the company behind the popular Battle Royale game PUBG Mobile has shared some information about the game. As part of the information, the company is working on a new update to its security system. The company has not shared any timeline or concrete details about this new upgrade. However, as noted previously, the company uses the security system to fight hackers and cheaters in the game. The announcement of this new update comes months after the company issued a major update to its anti-cheat engine. The upcoming update is likely to bring improvements to the current system. Also Read - PUBG Mobile 0.16.0 update rolling out on December 11; update requirements, and details out
PUBG Mobile new anti-cheat security system update details
According to a tweet posted this morning, PUBG Corp asked its players to submit reports against suspected cheaters and hackers. The company is likely working on an artificial intelligence-based machine learning system to improve the system. It clarified that more reports and associated data will make the system more effective. Machine learning will likely make the system more robust with data, and time. The efforts to improve the security system are in line with the strict no-tolerance policy against hackers and cheaters. Also Read - PUBG Mobile will support 90FPS game play with 10-bit HDR in 2020
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The announcement also came with a humorous 21-second long video of a cheating PUBG Mobile player. Taking a closer look, the video imitates any regular cheater or hacker who uses a third-party software or more. It showcases the cheating player to get a ban pan. This announcement comes just about a week after the company updated its Ban list of cheaters and hackers. Also Read - PUBG Mobile ban list updated: Find out the which hackers and cheaters are banned
The PUBG MOBILE team has been taking down hackers relentlessly, and and we need your help to deliver a knockout blow to cheaters 👊💥 We’re preparing another upgrade to the security system and your data reports can make it more effective. Lets “Pan” them all! pic.twitter.com/eBAWrBDYQm
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) December 10, 2019
PUBG Corp has also shared sharing some details about the banned cheaters and hackers since the last two ban lists. Earlier, the ban notice merely worked as a notice for everyone that the company was working behind the scenes. An improved security and anti-cheat system is bound to improve the gameplay experience of the players.