Bluehole may have solved PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds cheats
Bluehole, developer and publisher of PUBG, may have just ridden the game of cheaters. Quite a few outted cheaters have complained online about being matched up with other cheaters in games.
In a Reddit thread, one cheater said, “after finishing my new aimbot yesterday, I tried making some fun by winning a game with a crossbow and another with a pistol. Later I found my matching time was significantly longer than before.”
And another, “everytime I get killed it’s some gods who seem to hit me on every shot, while I’m running around like The Flash.”
What this could mean is that Bluehole has put together some sort of matchmaking system to put cheaters together. If true, this is a very interesting, and smart, move.
Instead of banning accounts and forcing cheaters to come up with new ways to win the game, Bluehole is keeping their enemies close, allowing them to play the game. It’s just like one giant, rancid, cheating, trashcan.
This isn’t official, of course. However, we will update you if Bluehole comments.