The mobile team has shared through its social media accounts, and it has encountered several waves of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. This caused some players to disconnect from the game. The team confirmed the problem and stated that it is working hard to resolve it as soon as possible. In addition, PUBG Mobile also stated that a new anti-cheat patch will be launched soon. So far, more security team members have taken on the task of preventing hackers and fraudsters.

Mobile shared its development Twitter And Facebook account, and Discord.

“We are currently experiencing waves of DDoS attacks against our system, which caused the player to disconnect. Our team immediately began to take action and work closely with local Internet service providers to resolve the issue. Our goal is The normal gaming experience brings our players.”

According to the latest from the mobile team, they are still working to resolve DDoS attacks and new hacking issues against their systems. There is no timetable for when players can a solution.

In addition, the mobile team also shared the news of a new anti-cheat patch on Facebook and Discord. Until the patch is released, a larger security team is dealing with hackers and cheaters. The team added: “Like our players, we have always adopted a zero tolerance policy for deception and hacking.”

The mobile version of was banned in India in September and has been removed from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. It is one of 118 applications banned by the government. PUBG Corp, a subsidiary of the South Korean company behind the game, subsequently announced that it would no longer give Tencent Games the right to distribute the game in India. However, a recent report pointed out that due to the violent nature of the game, this new ownership structure is unlikely to change the status quo immediately.

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