Cheaters really have ruined an otherwise decidedly fun, tense Battle Royale game - but it's going to take a lot more than just getting rid of them to lure lapsed players back.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PC recently got a significant patch that added in new anti-cheat measures. However, an updated post came a few days later that announced some issues had come up with the patch that could "result in a degraded player experience", and for that reason, the patch would be delayed.
Decision to place VBS under curatorship welcomed - Kevin Mileham
The reason for this was given as "liquidity challenges which have plagued it for the past 18 months". As a result, several councils withdrew more than R1-billion in deposits.
To combat the issues, Bluehole has made a decision to roll back the update.
PC players, despite its effectiveness in blocking cheats, we have chose to roll back our latest live server update. The patch mainly targets bugfixes as the previews indicated, but players should experience less audio and control issues after downloading the patch. PUBG Corp provided some information on how to resolve issues in the roll-back notice, and added: "We know that some players are having compatibility issues, causing the game to crash, or are unable to launch the game". We apologize for the inconvenience.
Datsun Launches Remix Editions Of Go And Go+ In India
Datsun has introduced two new special editions of its Go hatchback and Go+ MPV in the Indian market today. The warranty can also be extended up to five years/unlimited kilometres with free road side assistance.
PUBG is getting ready to drop a new Xbox One update this morning following a brief period of server downtime which is now ongoing.
There's still no sign of the Miramar map on Xbox One, with Bluehole confirming it will release in early spring. Other issues addressed affect parachute deployment and several in-game sounds.
India's Inflation Eases In February
The inflation rate is in below expectations as a Reuters survey of 30 economists had predicted it to come at 4.80 per cent. This is led by a sharp correction in vegetable prices and continued disinflation in pulses.