805,996 Free Fire accounts banned for cheating in the last one or two weeks.
For the last two years, GARENA’S Free Fire has been the most downloaded game. The game was also the 3rd most downloaded game in August. A significant reason for the gamer’s success is the ecosystem around it that GARENA built they are also coming up with a new version that are Free Fire Max, For which the pre-registration have already begin.
Publishers must provide a fair playing environment to the players. However, some cheaters have tried to infect the game with prohibited scripts to gain an edge over others. Its developers implemented an anti-cheat system that automatically detects cheating and bans those using it to combat this.
Moreover, Free Fire publishers bi-weekly reports showing how many accounts were banned. The latest bi-weekly news from free fire revealed that a total of 805,996 accounts had been banned 21% fewer cheaters this week.
Additionally, 10,538 accounts were band for intentionally collaborating with hackers. Multiple players reported a total of 44.1% of accounts banned.
Free Fire banned accounts breakdown.
- Here is a detailed breakdown of the hacks used in the last one or two weeks.
- Auto-aim usage made up 61.8% of the cheats banned this allows players to fire at targets with the help of hacks automatically.
- 17.4% of users are banned for use their teleportation, which allows users to travel instantaneously from an location to another palace without physical move.
- 16.7% were banned for using wallhacks that allows hackers to penetrate solid objects.