PUBG's patch 10.2 brought a bunch of new features to the game's Test Server. The newly implemented Reputation System has been put in place to ensure that toxic behaviour is down to a minimum.
PUBG's test server is now bursting at the seams with all the new updates. Patch 10.2 introduced, among other things, the Thermal Scope and a Reputation System.
With the addition of the Reputation System, the devs hope to keep the players' in-game interactions as cordial and healthy as can be - while they're busy killing each other.
This system will assign you a Reputation Level from 0-5 depending on how you treat your fellow players. Your Reputation Level will be displayed in the Team Finder, giving players searching for a group an idea of what kind of teammate you'll be.
Your Reputation Level will consistently increase as you play games, as long as you are not exhibiting toxic or otherwise disruptive behaviour.
Here's the rundown:
- Reputation level will be displayed in the Team Finder and team member list next to the player's name.
- Reputation levels are indicative of perceived player behaviour.
- Reputation levels range from 0 to 5, for a total of 6 levels.
Reputation level is affected by the following factors:
- Player's reputation level will naturally increase through normal gameplay in Normal and Ranked Mode Battle Royale matches.
- Leaving matches repeatedly and failing to return may lead to your reputation level decreasing.
- Reports received for certain negative behaviour (obstructing gameplay, verbal abuse, team killing, etc.) may lead to your reputation level decreasing.
- Being reported for the suspected use of cheats does not affect reputation level, but reputation levels will be affected greatly after receiving actual bans.