The PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds arms race rages ever onwards. The latest cheats to surface allow players to instantly heal and revive allied players.
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Normally, reviving a downed ally in duo or squad mode takes around ten seconds, while using meds like bandages, first aid kits or energy drinks takes anywhere between four and eight seconds. According to death cam footage posted to Reddit by user MagicIsBull, however, the player who killed him was able to instantly revive his down ally, before recovering all of his missing health instantly as well.
PUBG Corp recently announced that they would be permanently banning 100,000 cheaters “in a single wave.” In an post issued last week, the team announced that they were “looking into adopting a new solution to detect and ban more cheaters.” That 100,000 sounds like a lot, but BattlEye, the game’s anti-cheat software provider, says it’s banned more than 1.5 million players since PUBG entered early access last March. In China, publishers Tencent says they recently helped the authorities conduct 120 arrests of cheat-makers.