The creators of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds claim to be already working on the solution.
When a patch is released it is common for developers to recognize how difficult it is to update a video game without spoiling things that were properly implemented before, and that seems to be precisely what has happened to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
This morning PUBG Corp. released a patch after a brief maintenance stop on the PC version of the videogame; one that is apparently causing some banning by mistake among fans.
The PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds support Twitter account has confirmed that there is a “detection logic error” in the update that has been distributed in the last few hours and that, apparently, it was focused on the implementation of measures against cheats: one of the scourges of the videogame. They claim to be working “as fast as they can” on the solution and, of course, all banned messages will no longer be valid.
It should be remembered that PUBG is running a serious campaign against cheats, which has led them to ban more than a million players with “anti-cheat measures”.