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Old 02-03-2018, 11:19 AM   #1
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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Details Long-Awaited New Anti-Cheat Measures


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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer Bluehole has offered more insight into its plans to tackle cheaters, and shared further details on its new anti-cheat measures - which launched on the game's test servers in a recent update and will go live for all PC players next week.

Speaking in a new Steam Community blog post, Dohyung Lee, Bluehole's head of service management & anti-cheat, reaffirmed the developer's stance on cheating, and explained the measures it's currently taking to prevent it.

"'Play Fair and Respect Other Players' is a principle around which our game is built," said Lee, "To get the full Battle Royale experience, all 100 players must play fair. This is why we have been following the above principle of fair play and respect for others since the first pre-alpha test in July 2016. "

However, as many Battlegrounds players know all too well, Bluehole's principles and the current reality of the game don't exactly align.

To address this discrepancy, the developer has established a dedicated team focussed on combating cheat programs, and an early version of its new internal anti-cheat solution - that is, the one deployed in the recent test server patch - will reach live servers next week. Bluehole says it "is planned to be upgraded steadily after the first implementation".
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I think cheating in a game is one of the most disgusting qualities a person can have. Well, cheating at all. But especially a game because of how purposeless games are in general.
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Expect their player base to take a nosedive, lol.
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