PUBG Mobile’s Latest Anti-Cheat Measures Include a Replay Review System

The team behind PUBG Mobile has just revealed a slate of new measures aimed at slapping down cheaters.

These measures address a range of unsporting behaviors, such as installing plug-ins, using auto-aim, applying other hacks, and generally being a jerk.

Among the cheating methods in the PUBG Mobile team’s sights are “Plug-Ins Z and M” (the names have been changed to prevent you from Googling them and becoming a cheater yourself).

These plug-ins allow players to kill opponents immediately after parachuting, which is clearly messed-up. Jailbroken Android devices that enable these plug-ins have been identified, and their owners have been slapped with ten-year bans.

In addition, the anti-cheating moves have prevented around 20 types of auto-aim, with new detection protocols being added all the time. And the Grass Hack has been eliminated.

Most interestingly of all, PUBG Mobile is getting a Replay Review System, which will allow players to help the Anti-Cheat team identify and apprehend turds.

You can download PUBG Mobile for free right now on the Google Play Store.

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