PUBG Mobile uses bots to make its players believe they are better

Apparently, the mobile version of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds has come to the Android and iOS devices with some questionable practices. As it seems that PUGB Corp is filling the bot games for new players arriving at the Battle Royale believe they are better in the game.

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PUBG Mobile uses bots to make its players believe they are better

Suspicions of bots have come in today when many players have reported winning their first game in the game on social networks. According to The Verge, this is because PUGB Mobile is introducing a majority of bots to new players and reducing the number of bots per game as players improve in skills. So, that should lead them over time to participate in sports involving 100 human players.

This highly questionable move seems to break the main gameplay of the game. That should pit 100 human players against each other on the battlefield. However, this move appears to have been made with the aim of reducing the difficulty of the game for newcomers and with the motivation to fill up the games. So that it seems that more players are active in the game. So, reducing the time to enter new games or the possibility that the games will not be filled with all the players.

PUBG Mobile uses bots to make its players believe they are better, PUBG Mobile uses bots to make its players believe they are better, Optocrypto

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