PUBG Cheaters Are Primarily From China Said Greene

December 23, 2017 at 5:28 PM in Gaming News with no comments


PlayerUnknown, Brendan Greene said that the PUBG cheaters mostly came from China and the information has been gathered by Battleye, the game’s anti-cheat provider.

Greene said in an interview with Kotaku that “Battleye have already tweeted out that I think 99 percent of cheats in the game right now are coming out of China.”

Well, cheaters, of course, can be seen everywhere, however, in this case, it looks like it is more acceptable to cheat in games in this location.

“There’s a massive cheat market not only in China but around the world…But it’s seen as kind of a little bit more acceptable to cheat in games in China. Also, geographically, they just have a lot more people than anywhere else in the world,” said Greene.

Since this announcement, other players are wanting a ban on Chinese players even though they are from other regions. Greene answers this by saying, “Yes, the majority of cheats come out of China, but that doesn’t mean that all Chinese players are cheaters. This idea that just because you’ve got a few bad eggs, you’ve gotta ban a whole country is a bit reactive.”


He also adds that the PUBG Chinese community is strong and that they do love the game. “Why would we restrict them from playing on servers? I just don’t get the attitude of people.”

Also, players are encouraged by Greene to report any cheaters that they see in the game. Cheaters must be reported in order for the developers to do something about it. The anti-cheat provider is being “built and trained” in order to lessen cheaters.

Do you think that cheating will ever stop in the game? Tell us what you think in the comments below.


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