Sales of cheats for Destiny 2 stopped after Bungie appeal

The website Perfectaim stopped distributing cheats for Destiny 2 after an appeal by the developers of the shooter from Bungie. For a monthly fee users could get a whole set of cheats, such as aimbot and wallhack. At the same time, the authors claimed that the game developers have not yet found a way to detect users of cheats.

Now the set is not available for purchase. Bungie stated that it was in breach of the Destiny 2 license agreement, and demanded to stop the sale.

The cheat authors said they decided to comply with this requirement no matter what, although not going to comment on the validity of the claim. โ€œWe apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers.

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