Battle royale shooter Playerunknown & # 39; s Battlegrounds is quite popular in China, since the country represents almost half of the tens of millions of game users. But with that popularity comes a lot of cheating in the game, with about 99 percent of all unauthorized modifications coming from Chinese players. Cheating is so prevalent, in fact, that Dell even announced a new laptop for the Chinese market as superior to running specific add-ons for PUBG, with the plugin as a euphemism for cheating or hacking.
As Australian videogame magazine PCPowerPlay pointed out for the first time this week, a Dell spokesperson at an Intel 8th-gen event in Beijing said the new Dell machines would allow PUBG players to "run more add-ons to win more at Chicken Dinner." . We do not know it. I really know how a laptop can be done better than any other machine when running downloadable add-ons that allow you to cheat in a video game. But Dell's spokesman, however, saw the claim as good marketing.
Dell seems to be minimizing the statement. In response to the situation, Dell Australia told PCPowerPlay: "In an attempt to communicate the power of Dell's new G-series, inappropriate modification examples were used at the Dell product launch event in China last week. This does not reflect our global gaming culture or strategy, we condemn any misused modification in the games. "It's good to know, but it certainly will not do much to prevent players from cheating at PUBG, whether or not they use Dell machines.