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Bungie recently swung the banhammer at Destiny players who have logged into the game on a modified console, the developer revealed in its latest weekly update.

“Something else that deserves mention is that the BanHammer has been a-swingin’. Ninja Justice is always swift and final,” Bungie noted in the update. Citing “shadowy forces who protect the world of Destiny from shadowy activities,” the developer has this to say about the bans:

“We routinely review Banhammer actions to ensure that they are applied accurately and fairly. A review of the bans applied over the last week shows that all of the affected accounts had logged into Destiny on a modified console at some point.”

The actual number of banned players wasn’t mentioned, but Bungie did warn players to “Play nice! And use the boxes that your favorite retailer ?gave? you.”

Lord Saladin will be returning to the Tower on December 16 for the Iron Banner event. During this visit, players’ reputation rank will be reset and Saladin will have level 31 armor available to earn.

Source: Bungie

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Bungie bans Destiny players for using modified consoles

Bungie recently swung the banhammer at Destiny players who have logged into the game on a modified console, the developer revealed in its latest weekly update.

By Matthew Bennett | 12/15/2014 04:35 AM PT

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Bungie recently swung the banhammer at Destiny players who have logged into the game on a modified console, the developer revealed in its latest weekly update.

“Something else that deserves mention is that the BanHammer has been a-swingin’. Ninja Justice is always swift and final,” Bungie noted in the update. Citing “shadowy forces who protect the world of Destiny from shadowy activities,” the developer has this to say about the bans:

“We routinely review Banhammer actions to ensure that they are applied accurately and fairly. A review of the bans applied over the last week shows that all of the affected accounts had logged into Destiny on a modified console at some point.”

The actual number of banned players wasn’t mentioned, but Bungie did warn players to “Play nice! And use the boxes that your favorite retailer ?gave? you.”

Lord Saladin will be returning to the Tower on December 16 for the Iron Banner event. During this visit, players’ reputation rank will be reset and Saladin will have level 31 armor available to earn.

Source: Bungie

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89