PUBG Mobile is more than just players being hooked on and fighting it out with each other to gain supremacy. However, the game has made concerted efforts to keep cheaters out of the platform in a bid to keep a rather fair and competitive environment in the game.
The game has recently released a behind-the-scene look as to how they have been combating cheaters using the Project: Ban Pan security system and this helps in expunging about 8,000 accounts every day.
Project: Ban Pan was first shown during the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 Fall Split Global Finals in December 2019 where it also reiterated their zero-tolerance policy for cheating. This video is primarily based on a real case of a cheater who got banned for ten years.
Check out the video below:
“Like our players, we’ve always had a zero-tolerance policy for cheating. To protect the fair and competitive environment of the game, creating a fair and even playing field is always one of our highest priorities,” Vincent Wang, General Manager of Global Publishing, Tencent Games said in a press statement.
PUBG Mobile has also added a number of new features which will keep the game free of cheaters. Death Replay is one such feature which is available in the latest 0.17.0 update of the game. This aforementioned update will be launched on March 3. It will allow players to see how they died in the game keeping in mind the perspective of the opponent.
There is also a PUBG Mobile Safety Station which is a website that gives players a platform where they can report suspicious behaviour and also keep a track on whether on not the reported users are indeed resorting to illegal and unethical means.