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Trunkz Jr

PUBG Cheater?

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Trunkz Jr   
Trunkz Jr

Wasn't fully sure, him trying to at aim at one of his looked a little funny like it was an aim assist or something.

 

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Rin   
Rin

No cheats. And the movement of the ACOG crosshair compared to the actual sight is because of networking desync since the crosshair is camera based.

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zEpic   
zEpic

Although, I have noticed a growth of cheaters coming into PubG. You're not the only one to suspect a cheater.

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HarryNutz   
HarryNutz

Unlike the old day cheats with snapping onto targets, it's so hard these days with how the aimbots can be tweaked to move more natural and much less obvious. The biggest cheaters in PUBG are the Chinese. BattleEye had tweeted out that it bans roughly 6000 - 20,000 players daily and mostly Chinese. Really wish the would Region Lock the game or at least just the Asian market. That or maybe if we're lucky, the Chinese government will lock the game... which I have been hearing rumors about that being possible.

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Tyyni   
Tyyni

All I can say is..very weird 

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Snipetrocity   
Snipetrocity

That's hard to say on that one. on that 2nd dude, how much health and armor loss did he have, Has a level 2 helmet and downs him with one bullet. PUBG really need to fix there replays. Make it so they can see everything he has in his bag's and health on the armor.

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