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Cheat Seller AimJunkies Accuses Destiny 2 Creator Bungie of “Sharp Practices” * TorrentFreak


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Earlier this year, game developer Bungie filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against AimJunkies.com, which offered a popular ‘Destiny 2 Hacks’ suite. Soon after, the parties began negotiating a potential settlement deal. To AimJunkies’ surprise, however, Bungie sneakily went ‘behind its back’ by requesting the court to enter a default.

aimjunkiesA small minority of gamers have the urge to artificially boost their skills and egos by using hacks and cheats.

These players generally ruin the fun for the rest, which is a serious concern for game companies.

To address this issue, several game companies including Take-Two Interactive and Epic Games, have taken cheaters to court. More recently, American video game developer Bungie joined in on the action.

Bungie is known for the Halo and Destiny series, which have millions of fans around the world. The popularity of these games also attracts cheaters, including those who used the ‘Destiny 2…

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