New PUBG Anti-Cheat Tools Delayed By 'Unexpected Issue'

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The patch was originally planned to roll out yesterday, but an "unexpected issue" cropped up during testing that necessitated a delay. According to PUBG Corp.'s Head of Service Management & Anti-Cheat Dohyung Lee, a new patch featuring additional anti-cheat software (built specifically for Battlegrounds) would arrive by the end of the week.

Elsewhere, the studio revealed that some players may be required to reinstall PUBG in order to get back into the action. The developer also confirmed that this is a permanent block of Reshade, so it's probably best to get rid of it at this point. We will soon update you when it will be released.

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The developers had also stated that the upcoming patch may unintentionally block other programs such as NVIDIA ShadowPlay and other video/audio capturing software. "Thank you for your understanding".

With the influx of new players that 2018 brought in, PUBG's anti-cheat measures have been working extra hard to ban unethical players over the course of January.

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PUBG's new anti-cheat update is set to take aim at third-party programs which "modify the gameplay or visuals in an invasive way", which unfortunately includes blocking Steam family sharing and ReShade. In January alone, the company banned more than one million players for various forms of cheating, including aimhacks, wallhacks, and even recoil reduction. Adding that PUBG Corp has established "a dedicated team to focus on combating cheat programs".

The Korean studio had banned over 25,000 players as of June a year ago, and said it was working daily with BattlEye to add new protections and detections. This is because players use them to modify the appearance of the game and gain an advantage.

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PUBG is one of the biggest games on the planet. If you think you're poor, just git gud.

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