Bungie wins multi-million dollar lawsuit against Destiny 2 cheat site



If you’ve been keeping up with Bungie’s court affairs over the past few months, you probably know that Bungie was in an ongoing court case against a Destiny 2 cheat site called AimJunkies. In this ongoing case, Bungie has sued the site for selling a plethora of cheats to players over the past few years.

On February 21, 2023, it finally seems like the litigation is coming to an end, with Bungie unsurprisingly emerging victorious.

Cheats in Destiny 2 have always existed, but it never got so bad that you would end up playing a cheater every other match. However, cheaters became extremely relevant during the Season of the Worthy released a few years ago when the famous and competitive Trials of Osiris game mode returned to the game. It was at this point that we saw the rise of cheaters in the game, and AimJunkies was at the heart of the problem.

Unfortunately, one would normally think that this would be the end of the ongoing lawsuits for Bungie, but AimJunkies is just one of many cheat sites that Bungie has filed a lawsuit against. However, AimJunkies was one of the biggest cheat sites known, so getting rid of the cheats from the site and making some money back for the damage caused by the cheats was a huge success for Bungie.

Now all that’s left to do is wait and see what Bungie will use its newfound reward for. Maybe more cosmetics and loot in future seasons? One can only hope!

https://twinfinite.net/2023/02/bungie-wins-a-multi-million-dollar-lawsuit-against-a-destiny-2-cheat-site/ Bungie wins multi-million dollar lawsuit against Destiny 2 cheat site

Isaiah Colbert

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