Xbox One PUBG Getting Squad Mode Update

  • Xbox One PUBG Getting Squad Mode Update

Xbox One PUBG Getting Squad Mode Update

Though PUBG is a blast to play, it still has its share of problems. Players can now go back and watch their previous games to confirm whether or not they were killed by someone who appears to be cheating. The closest competitor to today's numbers?

When looking at the data from SteamSpy, there over 26 million Steam accounts in possession of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, so it stands to reason that the bans represent a pretty significant portion of that user base. BattlEye is used by a lot of competitive games on Steam, so you've likely encountered it before if you play mutliplayer games regularly. But some are still able to slip through the cracks of BattlEye somehow, even with the insane number of auto-bans. Be sure to keep an eye out for any new updates the developer pushes out.

Credit via Macsterr  Reddit
Credit via Macsterr Reddit

Not too shabby for a game that only recently exited beta.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) will now let Xbox One players jump into Squad mode without using matchmaking. What's clear is that PUBG is a global phenomenon, and while that's great for players and the developers at Bluehole alike, it's also going to attract an frustrating number of cheaters.