PUBG Cheaters Are Pissed That They Are Being Matched With Other Cheaters And It’s Hilarious
One could say … KARMA! Choose pots, not aim-bots.
Just imagine for a second that you are a player who indulges in ruining the play experience of your fellow players with the use of cheats within online matchmaking. Feeling great with your shiny new aim-bot, you enter a queue and wait for your fun to begin. Strangely enough, you’re matched up and killed by another cheater again, and again, and again. What happens then? PUBG cheaters are finding themselves pitted against each other and are less than excited about the unfair advantages that hacking provides.
The team over at Bluehole Studio announced that they would be taking drastic measures against cheaters within their battle royale title earlier this year. It appears that approach involves pitting known cheaters against their own kind rather than banning them altogether. Within a Reddit feed for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, cheaters have come to gripe that it’s unfair to be killed by god-like players. Turns out it’s not so fun to be on the receiving end of an aim-bot, magic bullets, and more. Whether or not Bluehole is officially implementing a cheaters only queue or not is not known. If they were, there’s no reason why the company would go out of their way to confirm or deny the existence of the measure.
Could this be Bluehole’s response to cheaters in their game, it wouldn’t be the first time a company used chatterer only matchmaking. Respawn Entertainment did something similar with Titanfall 2. If only those matches were viewable on a stream of some kind. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available on PC as an early access title with a release on the Xbox One arriving December 12th. Let us know your thoughts on the PUBG cheaters getting their just reward and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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