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PUBG Anti-Cheating Measures Will Deactivate Some Features

Things have improved significantly in my personal experience, but PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds still has a cheating problem. As part of their effort to be more transparent, PUBG Corp has admitted as much and is working to improve the experience for players. PUBG is an entirely PvP experience and, as such, the developers established a dedicated team that has been working to combat cheating programs.
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