PUBG's new update will allow for reporting of cheaters through replays

  • PUBG's new update will allow for reporting of cheaters through replays

PUBG's new update will allow for reporting of cheaters through replays

Not content with attempting to polish up the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, developer Bluehole confirmed today that it's also preparing to launch a new update for the PC version of the hit title. The update is now on the test server. The post then goes on to further detail how to utilize the new feature.

'Each time you spend BP to get a crate, you will get one of the 4 available crates.

With the addition of the report button to the replay feature, players can take a look at what they believe is cheating behavior and likely forward that evidence along with their report. "This means that you no longer need to be killed by a suspected cheater for you to be able to use the in-game reporting tool". Whether you have a PC or not, the move to console allows even more players to join the PUBG fan club and truly enjoy the nuances of a Battle Royale style game. If you're on the test server, you'll be given 100,000 BP and six Early Bird keys - a new "unified" key that can open Desperado and Gamescom crates - with which to test these, but note there's no way of transferring any loot you get to live servers once the patch is deployed. Update 1.0 also works on game performance by offering more stability through various bug fixes and tweaks in performance.

There are a number of smaller tweaks and optimizations to the game that will be rolling to the test server. We had picked a few important info from the patch log, to read the full logs you can click on the steam source link at the end of this news. They are granted purely for the goal of testing, to make sure that everything stays stable once the test build is moved to the live servers.