With great power comes great responsibility.
BattleEye, the software that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds uses to combat cheating, reported that just last weekend around 100,000 cheater accounts were banned from the game.
After releasing new security updates last week, we banned almost 100,000 PUBG accounts this past weekend totaling over 700,000. That being said, fighting cheaters will always remain WIP and never be solved completely, especially in the most popular Battle Royale game.
— BattlEye (@TheBattlEye) November 14, 2017
The total number of bans reached a staggering 700,000 accounts. Even if we take into consideration the fact that 20 million users bought the game the number is still impressive.
It looks as though the devs are keeping their promises of increasing security and cracking down on cheaters. Good job!