Despite my hours in PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, I haven’t spotted a single hacker. The only hacker I might have heard about, was encountered by my friend, and it was, needles to say, a salty story, about how the hacker had infinite health, and denied him a chicken dinner, just like that. Most hackers are banned on the first usage of any form of suspicious activity, and Battleye is a much better protection than VAC.

Within quite a few months from launch, hackers already started arriving en masse in PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, trying to find the easy way to get a chicken dinner, and Battleye is only too happy to send them packing. Approximately 6000-13000 players get banned every day in PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, which isn’t a figure to be taken lightly. Sadly, a demographic study by Battleye reveals that a majority of the hackers are Chinese, a country with strict laws on cheating in video games. (Yeah, irony abounds)

Have you faced a hacker in PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS who hasn’t got banned yet? Fret not, the watchful Battleye is always ready with the banhammer.


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