PUBG’s latest anti-cheat update rolled back after performance issues - Android

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PUBG’s latest anti-cheat update rolled back after performance issues - Android

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds developers have been fighting an uphill task in taming the cheaters in the battle royale game for a while now. And the latest news is not a happy one for either the company or the players. PUBG’s latest anti-cheat update, which hit the servers last week, has now been rolled back due to apparent […]

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds developers have been fighting an uphill task in taming the cheaters in the battle royale game for a while now. And the latest news is not a happy one for either the company or the players.

PUBG’s latest anti-cheat update, which hit the servers last week, has now been rolled back due to apparent performance issues in the main client. Some users have reported crashes. Bluehole has not clarified when the anti-cheat system will be reintroduced. The compatibility issues for some players were apparent soon after the update was released last week, and PUBG Corp hoped to be able to tackle the problem without having to remove it from the servers.