PUBG Mobile has completely banned over 1.6 million accounts in about 5 days, the builders have shared on Twitter. The newest Ban Pan anti-cheat report shared by PUBG Mobile exhibits the completely different percentages of participant in varied tiers that have been banned and most of them have been in Bronze. The tweet from late final week additionally shares percentages for the various kinds of cheats and hacks that have been getting used and most of those have been auto-aim hacks that enable gamers to lock on to enemies.
PUBG Mobile launched the Ban Pan anti-cheat system late in 2019 to rid the sport of hackers and cheaters utilizing sure exploits to get unfair benefit over their opponents. A number of gamers have been banned since then and with the most recent anti-cheat report, PUBG Mobile shared on Twitter that it banned 1,691,949 accounts from accessing the sport completely. This was executed between March 28 and April 1.
In the tweet, PUBG Mobile additionally shared that out of those over 1.6 million accounts, 35 % gamers have been in Bronze tier, 13 % have been in Diamond, 12 % in Crown, 11 % in Silver and Platinum, 9 % in Gold, eight % in Ace, and the remaining 1 % in Conqueror.
Elaborating on the sort of hacks that gamers have been utilizing, PUBG Mobile shared that 34 % of those banned accounts have been utilizing auto-aim and X-Ray imaginative and prescient hacks that enable gamers to lock on to opponents and spot different gamers by means of partitions respectively. Speed hacks have been being utilized by 12 % of those accounts, 6 % have been utilizing modification of space injury, four % have been modifying their character mannequin, and 10 % have been utilizing different sorts of hacks.
In the earlier spherical of bans, 1,813,787 accounts were banned from PUBG Mobile for utilizing the identical hacks.
PUBG Mobile continues to be banned in India and although there have been makes an attempt to relaunch it, the destiny of the sport stays unsure.
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