PUBG Lite, which is the toned version of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, has again blocked off thousands of accounts. These accounts were blocked for cheating, and are kicked out of their servers.
The PUBG Lite will immediately block the players who are using any aimbot tools or use third-party applications to gain information about their opponents.
On Friday, PUBG Lite released a note on its Facebook page regarding the list of banned accounts. The Ban notice said, “From this past week, here is the amount of permanent bans. We do not condone using any unauthorized programs for PUBG LITE. We will check for cheats actively and strictly punish those who participate in the unfair play.”
Apart from this, it also disclosed a complete list of the banned Ids along with full details.
Period: January 2 to January 8
Permanent Ban: 13,390 accounts
Friendly Fire: 3,412 accounts (1st offence)
: 186 accounts (2nd offence)
The players can also be able to check out the duration of their punishment. Players can find if they are banned either for 30days or permanently for (100 years). The players who do not want to get banned can check out the rules of conduct listed by its official website.
The list is organized in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. It also includes the players who intentionally killed their teammates or violated the friendly fire feature.
Furthermore, PUBG Lite’s Vikendi map, which was expecting from long, will be shortly arriving on the game server. The pre-registration for the early beta testing has also closed.
However, the announcement of the release date is yet to be done by the officials. The players can hope for this major update by the end of this month.