PUBG: New State underwent emergency maintenance on Thursday to remove a bug that could have caused in-game items to be claimed by some accounts in error. Developer Crafton mentioned that accounts affected by this bug have been temporarily banned while it fixes the issue. Players with these blocked accounts will also get some compensation. Earlier this week, PUBG: New State received a mandatory update that brought new measures to improve the detection of hackers in the game. These measures have been introduced in an effort to prevent fraud.
through a release, crafton announced that he had to perform emergency maintenance pubg: new state For a short time on 25 November. Maintenance was due to a bug where “in-game items could be claimed by some accounts in error.” Crafton also noted that accounts affected by this bug have been temporarily banned from accessing the game while it retrieves items and fixes the bug.
Players who have been affected by this bug and whose accounts are temporarily blocked will gain access after the bug fix process is complete. PUBG: New State will also compensate players if they are blocked through in-game mail.
In its release, Crafton said, “We apologize to all survivors affected by this issue, and especially those whose accounts have been blocked.”
Earlier this week, PUBG: New Kingdom Received A mandatory update that brought new measures to improve the detection of hackers in the game. The mandatory update is an attempt by Crafton to improve its anti-cheating measures and has been rolled out to players Android And iOS, The update brings advanced measures to detect “unauthorized third-party programs” in real time.
Crafton noted that it detected an increased use of unauthorized third-party software over the weekend of November 20 to 22. These software assist the players and give them special abilities in the game. Potential Vulnerabilities in PUBG: The new state could provide hackers with the necessary flaws needed to cheat in the game that, according to the developer, has been patched.