A new update for PUBG Mobile has rolled out on Android and iOS devices that bolster the game’s extensive anti-cheat measures, PUBG Mobile’s Anti-Cheat Team announced in a press release.
The new wave of measures enacts of series of changes to eliminate the known exploits players are using to get an unfair advantage in-game. This includes cheats like auto-aim, plug-ins that let players kill others immediately after parachuting, hacks that grant players unfair visual advantages, and more. Should players be caught engaging in this cheating behavior, they could face a 10-year ban on their account. This anti-cheat update comes not long after PUBG Mobile banned some two million cheaters in a single week.
In addition to these measures, the latest PUBG Mobile update also features a few anti-cheat upgrades. The new updates optimize the spectator field of view so cheaters can’t exploit the camera and stabilize performance to prevent players from using lag or latency issues to their advantage, among other things. You can read the full patch notes below.