Battlegrounds Cheats: What You Need To Know!
Not Long ago, Pubg, was taken through a stage where it evolved from its easily moddable “Day-z”-esque phase, in which the multibillion-dollar business that it has grown to become now protects itself from the unwanted code breaking attention. So much so in fact that the crackdown on unknown battlegrounds cheats blackhat methods have gotten strict enough to where 15 individuals from China found themselves in handcuffs, as a result from enforced developer updates on steam.
Crackdowns Lead To Arrests In China
According to Chinese authorities, and translated by the PUBG team, here’s what the crackdown to player unknown battlegrounds cheats has resulted in so far:
“15 major suspects including “OMG”, “FL”, “火狐”, “须弥” and “炎黄” were arrested for developing hack programs, hosting marketplaces for hack programs, and brokering transactions. Currently the suspects have been fined approximately 30mil RNB ($5.1mil USD). Other suspects related to this case are still being investigated.
Some hack programs that are being distributed through the internet includes a Heybox(小黑盒) Trojan horse*(Chinese backdoor) virus. It was proven that hack developers used this virus to control users’ PC, scan their data, and extract information illegally.”
Which is great and all but it begs the question however how much data they’ve acquired of using those player unknown battlegrounds cheats. The game has a long history with cheaters and is no stranger to people breaking its rules. Being killed a few times is the only reasonable explanation most people come up with for someone on the other side of a very solid hill killing them one single bullet from an SMG. As brutal as raids, arrests and multi-million-dollar fines may be, time will tell if it stops further implementations of these player unknown battlegrounds cheats, or at least reduce their rate of success.
How Much Damage Have They Done?
Confirmation exists from the Chinese police that these player unknown battlegrounds cheats were being used to distribute trojans/backdoors and potentially steal private information. Not exactly the greatest of news if you’ve been buying your accuracy advantages online. ideally, leading to a few cheaters reconsidering, but knowing the kind of people who insist on cheating in online games, it’s very questionable. As for the rest of you, you’re just going to have to play by the rules, how the game was meant to be played with all of its ups and downs. Player unknown battlegrounds cheats can be eliminated completely, imagine that.