PUBG Lite: PUBG PC Lite is Updating Rules of Conduct to Improve the Gaming Environment
Two months have been passed since the BETA release of PUBG Lite. Starting with Thailand initially, now PUBG Lite is available in a total of 10 countries. Meanwhile, the developers are busy improving the overall gameplay experience, the players seem to do misconduct quite often. Thus, the PUBG Lite team has come up with the updated Rules of Conduct which will be applicable from March 28. They have revised the penalty criteria for the misconducts done inside and outside the game to make sure the gaming environment is fair enough for everyone.
what we could infer from the official statement, PUBG Lite team is going to enhance the misconduct criterias which were stated in their rules of conduct (You can see it in the picture posted below) focusing on discrimination, teaming and stalking mainly.
We consider discrimination, teaming, and stalking to be the misconducts that especially require strict measures to be imposed, so we will be increasing the level of penalty standards for these actions.
The old rules of conduct was this -
and here is the new one that you should look carefully to avoid breaking rules
So, if you look carefully into these two pictures, you'll find that the PUBG Lite team is working hard to maintain a fair gaming environment for the gamers. Few of the old rules of conduct is getting huge change, for example, lets take a look at 'Team Killing'. After their initial experiemnt, now it is again back to the game, but it can cost you a 30 days ban in the first case and a permament ban if it is done again. It is undoubtedly a bold step taken by the team to maintain the fairplay.
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