PUBG Mobile has finally introduced the arrival of the Ban Pan 2.0 update in the game to prevent hackers from the game and implemented the Fog of War anti-cheat system to provide a secure environment for the gamers. Tencent is seeking to provide a fair competitive gaming experience to all gamers and organisers are expecting Ban Pan 2.0 to keep the hackers away from spoiling the fun.
According to organizers, the new Fog of War anti-cheat system scans the area and the server will only send the visible information back to the client. If the newly introduced anti-cheat system finds someone using the X-Ray vision hack, the system does not send any visible information to them.
Tencent is hoping to protect the game environment in real-time after receiving a lot of complaints from the player. Tencent has decided to take prompt action and if the system detects that a player has cheated his/her device will be permanently banned.
Tencent has also introduced the device ban feature which prevents hackers to create any new game accounts on that device. The developers have requested the gamers to maintain integrity, and have sportsmanlike conduct in the game. But primarily, players will have to keep working to create an inclusive gaming environment.
Earlier, Tencent released that ban pan report which covered the bans from 5th August July to 11th August 2022. Tencent has informed that they have banned 457,318 cheaters in the PUBG Mobile by claiming that they stand for fair play. "During week 30, we removed 8,648 online cheat ads with 138,973,327 followers and views," Tencent informed in its statement. Tencent further claimed that it shares anti-piracy reports with the fans to motivate them and urged players to stay away from these kind of activities.