PUBG update 22 for PC includes new anti-cheat measures


PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has received a new update for PC today, with developer PUBG Corp. adding a bunch of fresh anti-cheat measures for its every-man-for-himself shooter.

The new in-house-developed system has been put through its paces on the game's test servers, and is being implemented alongside PUBG's existing anti-cheat measures. The update also includes a bunch of new quality-of-life improvements as part of the ongoing 'Fix PUBG' initiative.

These include a cleaner Friend UI, the ability to further magnify the minimap, and a new Wheel Menu that allows you to quickly access items without having to bring up the inventory screen. Be sure to read up on all the details via the official patch notes here.

It's looking likely that PUBG will be making its way to PlayStation 4 at some point, at least according to a new rating.

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