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Destiny 2 Cheat Maker Site Shut Down by Bungie

Bungie takes legal action against biggest Destiny 2 cheat maker site Perfect Aim to restrict in-game hacking.

Though games like free-to-play shooter Destiny 2 from developer/publisher Bungie are very popular among many who enjoy playing online, their multiplayer experience is often ruined by those who use third-party cheat software.

Running a crackdown on D2 cheaters, Bungie recently took major legal action against one of the most infamous Destiny 2 cheats and hacks source, issuing an immediate cease-and-desist order to online cheat maker website Perfect Aim.

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Destiny 2 Cheat Maker Site Shut Down by Bungie


From now on, when a potential customer or a visitor arrives on Perfect Aim's page to purchase Destiny 2 hack, a pop-up message from Bungie, inc. will briefly describe their legal position and inform that D2 cheats are no longer available.

Perfect Aim refuses to comment on whether their business of selling cheats violates D2 license agreement. Regarding cheating, Bungie took a tough stance against bad actors and even their teammates got banned because of association.

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Perfect Aim Shuts Down


Earlier this year, D2 had a glitch that allowed Warlock class players to use infinite flaming sword using Dawnblade super ability. Bungie let that slide since this was a mishap caused by in-game issues rather than any third-party software.

Ever since Destiny 2 became free-to-play, there has been a surge of cheaters plaguing matches. Back in April 2020, Bungie director of engineering David Aldridge reveals that cheating in D2 has seen an increase of nearly 50% from January.

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