PUBG Bans Exceed 1.5 Million, BattlEye Reports

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The “anti-cheat gold standard” BattlEye is reporting that PUBG bans now exceed over 1.5 million. That’s over 800,000 accounts banned since November 14.

The latest figures were provided via the BattlEye (@TheBattlEye) Twitter account:

What is driving so many players to cheat? In a game like PUBG, where the satisfaction comes from getting better and growing as a player, cheating seems like it would be boring and ruin the magic.

But, what do I know? Clearly there’s some fun to be had when cheating in PUBG, otherwise 1.5 million(!!!) accounts wouldn’t have risked it.

What do you make of these figures? A bit insane, right? Let me know.

In other PUBG news, the Xbox One “Game Preview” version entered the UK sales charts at #4, Minkonet is providing the tech behind the new 3D replay and killcam features, and a map selection option is coming to the game at some point after launch.

Source: TheBattlEye (Twitter)