The trending PUBG update that has take considerable measures to stop cheaters in droves, successfully, was originally scheduled to hit the PC on February 5th, but no update took place.
PUBG Corp., the developer behind the game, said it discovered an “unexpected issue” during compatibility testing and has delayed the PC update.
The update is expected to add a new anti-cheat feature that will “block different helper programs that alter the graphics or aid in gameplay in some way.”
Nvidia ShadowPlay and video/audio capture programs might be blocked as the developer works out some issues with the anti-cheat initiative.
“We will be dealing with these cases as soon as possible. If a harmless program is blocked, please report it in this form. Thank you for your support and understanding,” PUBG Corp. said.