Players using in-game cheats in PlayerUnknown's BattlegroundsÂ is nothing new. The issue is incredibly widely known, but despite this PUBG Corp has rolled back a recent, anti-cheat patch that was released for the popular battle royale game over the weekend.
It looks like it was causing a lot of crashes and other issues for gamers who weren't cheating. It's too bad, they really need to get this sorted out, the cheating is a little bit too much. Hopefully the next anti-cheat update works a bit better without hurting people who aren't cheating.
blazen March 14th, 2018