A cheat service served with a cease and desist request from Destiny 2 developer Bungie says that although he will not comment on the substantiation of the claims, he has "decided to comply with this request regardless ".
PerfectAim's Destiny 2 Pack - which is listed as "undetected By Bungie and included "aimbot, wallhack, t"Deportation and Other Cheats" - allowing PC players to see through walls and remove obstacles like weapon recoil for a monthly fee.
However, now - one year to the day since its launch - PC gamers who typically use the system to cheat will find that the service is now " not available ".
"A claim has been made by Bungie, Inc. suggesting that this product violates the game license agreement, " reads a post on the Perfect Aim website that prevents the purchase of cheating (thanks, PC Gamer ). "Additionally, we have asked that we cease and desist to seendre this product.
"We will not rule on whether these claims are justified or not, but we have decided to comply with this request independently. We apologize for any inconvenience caused to our customers.
ICYMI, the new raid in Destiny 2: Beyond Light will open on November 21st, 11 days after the expansion itself begins on November 10th. The world's first raid race will begin at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. BST.
Bungie - specifically Community Manager David "Deej " Dagger ", who announced he was at the studio on November 6 - outlined the raid schedule in a new post from blog and as planned, the Beyond Light raid launch will build on the rules of previous World Races.
The PS5 and Xbox Series X / S versions of Destiny 2 will arrive on December 8 .