PUBG Mobile reveals new anti-cheat system to detect cheaters and hackers
PUBG Mobile upgraded anti-cheat system with advanced real-time detection to detect hackers and cheaters.
PUBG Mobile has been working hard to crack down on hackers and cheaters. Yesterday, it wrote an open letter to address concerns about the growing threat of cheats on his platform. PUBG Mobile on Tuesday that it has introduced an improved anti-cheat system with advanced real-time detection technology to address the problem.
PUBG Mobile said its detection software is now able to scan suspicious software and modified game data. It said it is working on expanding the library to cross-references by identifying such suspicious software. Beyond detection, PUBG Mobile game developers can now detect players who use unauthorised tools to gain an advantage.
PUBG Mobile said in a release, "Additionally, the security team utilises game observation to fairly monitor players who have been reported through the game's system to ensure only players using additional software or other means of hacking and cheating to deter from the game's environment are banned. The team can efficiently observe gameplay to differentiate between the use of unfair software and player skill as well as unusual game occurrences due to lag or packet loss."
The latest update comes a day later, the company explained how users could detect cheaters within the popular game. The company also promised to invest more services and IT resources in the new 0.15 update to eliminate hackers. It also pledged to make improvements to its server infrastructure.
PUBG Mobile recently announced a new policy under which it will impose a ban of up to 10 years on trapped players. PUBG hopes the new movement will help curb the use of unauthorised third-party applications and alternative solutions that help cheats earn extra points or win.