Developer Bungie has been engaged in a lawsuit against a website named AimJunkies, which sold cheats to Destiny 2 players for several months now. It looks like the studio has come out on top, though, with Bungie being awarded $4.3 million in arbitration.
Cheating in Destiny has been an issue over the last several years, something you might encounter, but rarely in our experience. AimJunkies, as the name implies, mostly traffics in aimbots: plug-ins that allow unscrupulous players an advantage in the form of auto-aim or aim assistance features.
But it looks like Bungie has had more than enough and is, in fact, going after another site called LaviCheats, to the tune of $2000 per download.
What do you think of Bungie's victory here? Have you been on the receiving end of cheating players in Destiny 2, or is that just what you tell yourself after yet another night of crushing Crucible losses? Face the facts in the comments section below.