Krafton, the maker of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), has revealed that it has banned over 40,000 accounts for cheating from its game platform. Between April 11 and April 17, the business said it permanently banned 41,898 accounts for cheating.
“Battlegrounds Mobile India will strive to implement strong sanctions with the ultimate goal of eradicating the use of illegal programs to provide you a pleasant gaming environment,” Krafton wrote in a blog post. Aside from banning the accounts for cheating, the game’s creator has also provided a list of all the accounts it has banned as part of its attempts to reduce the use of illegal applications in the game.
It’s worth mentioning that this isn’t the first time the PUB-G-maker has banned BGMI accounts for cheating in the game. Between March 28 and April 3, the firm said that it permanently banned a total of 66,233 accounts from the game.
Between January 3 and April 17, the game-maker banned a total of 6,11,318 BGMI accounts. Between January 24 and February 6, it took the most drastic measures, permanently banning 171,188 accounts from the popular game.
Separately, Krafton announced that it has released an update to solve some bugs that consumers had encountered while playing the game. The game’s creator has corrected the issue where Nimbus Island’s pace was increasing occasionally quicker in an update dated April 14. Furthermore, he has resolved the issue where other players’ sensitivity codes are not applied. Finally, the firm has addressed the issue where players with Merry Tidings – UZI were unable to see through the scope.
Furthermore, Krafton has resolved a problem with the Lamborghini vehicle skins, where the maximum speed was applied somewhat higher than the rest of the Lamborghini vehicle skins. “Adjusting the maximum speed of Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde Alceo and Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde identical for all Lamborghini skins,” the company wrote in a post.
Also, Krafton has corrected the problem where the enemy would not be defeated despite having taken enough damage. All of these issues can be resolved by simply updating the app.