PUBG Corp.is trying to handle the situation with a revamped version of the map, one that adds more buildings and cover, more off-road routes for vehicles, and more and better loot.
"We are testing a new anti cheat solution on our test servers this week and it is to block cheats more effectively", the developer confirmed, adding that "This will also block 3rd party programs that modify the gameplay or visuals in an invasive way". Fortunately for those players the new patch which is available now on Xbox One will hopefully put an end to this little problem as vehicles have been nerfed considerably making them more susceptible to damage. Grenade damage to vehicles has also been buffed.
A host of bux fixes, tweaks and optimisation has been applied to the Xbox One version of PUBG, aiming to improve the accessibility, intuitiveness and overall functionality of the experience on console and controller.
PUBG on Xbox One has recently hit a player count of 4 million, reaching 3 million within a month of its launch on December 12, and gaining another million a few weeks later. "Thank you for your continued support!" In a post on the official PUBG forums this morning, Community Manager Andro Dars wrote that developer Bluehole is nerfing vehicles in an update this week due to player feedback.