PUBG Will Allow Cheater Reporting in Replay Mode

PUBG Will Allow Cheater Reporting in Replay Mode

Microsoft has confirmed that the game has now hit the landmark of 3 million players on Xbox One, which is a grand feat given that the game only released on the Xbox Game Preview service in mid-December. This solution is one that updated just a few days ago with PUBG Corp saying that "combating cheaters is one of our highest priorities at the moment".

"In the match PlayerUnknown" s Battlegrounds involved 100 people, alone and in groups. Now available on the game's test servers, the reporting system has been expanded upon to create "a fair play environment in PUBG". Console players on the Xbox One were able to get a taste of the action with an early access version of the game that first went on sale at the end of December. Whether you're streaming in the HypeZone on Mixer or battling for a chicken dinner with your squad, players on Xbox are helping build and improve the game on console. The Xbox One had 1 million copies sold in its first 48 hours after its launching. However, the announcement of its Xbox Game Preview launch last month was welcomed as a surprise treat. Many feel like the two games aren't even in the same genre.

Realistic Gunplay: Players use real-world weapons found via supply drops to create an authentic and visceral experience. PUBG is a surprisingly realistic and high-tension title set on a massive island.

When it was revealed that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds would make its console debut on Xbox One, it was easy enough to predict incredible sales numbers.

Player-Focused Metagame Tools: Leaderboards and statistics plus replays and spectator mode tools are coming after Early Access launch. However, when it does arrive, you are going to be getting the best version of the game, without having to wade through framerate issues, downgrades in graphical quality or any other pre-release issues.

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