A new PUBG update has been rolled out for PC players to download. The latest patch rolls back the latest changes, as many users were experiencing crashing and saw error messages popping up. While it’s nice to have new PUBG anti-cheat systems in place, it’s not great when the game won’t work for innocent players.
The official PUBG Help Twitter account began by acknowledging that players were having issues, before then saying that the latest patch would be rolled back. The new anti-cheat improvements, therefore, are no longer in place, so don’t be surprised if you die in an inexplicable way. (We wouldn’t disable the Death Cam just yet!)
Players, we are aware that some players are experiencing crashes or other issues after the latest anti-cheat update.
We seek your understanding and patience while we do our best to resolve the issues.
Read more here: https://t.co/ghzuEper1d
— PUBG Help (@PUBG_help) March 10, 2018
PC players, despite its effectiveness in blocking cheats, we have decided to roll back our latest live server update.
We will continue to resolve some compatibility issues caused by it. There will be a small patch to download. We apologize for the inconvenience.
— PUBG Help (@PUBG_help) March 11, 2018
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