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Bungie has swung the banhammer at hundreds of Destiny’s most notorious cheaters, restricting their access to the Crucible.

Hundreds of players that “manipulated network traffic” over the past few weeks have had their Crucible privileges removed, the developer revealed in the latest weekly update.

“Cheating will not be tolerated, Guardians,” the developer added. “The Destiny Community is a part of this process. Your finest weapons in the fight against cheaters are the reporting tools built right into the game. Submit a report when and where you detect shenanigans. Shaming your offenders in a video might feel good, but it doesn’t factor into our process for passing down a guilty verdict – and it might get you in trouble with the moderators of your favorite Guardian clubhouse! Issue a report. We’re watching and monitoring.”

Bungie is always watching, so don’t do anything naughty!

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Hundreds of players banned from Destiny’s Crucible

By Matthew Bennett | 07/31/2015 04:38 PM PT

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Bungie has swung the banhammer at hundreds of Destiny’s most notorious cheaters, restricting their access to the Crucible.

Hundreds of players that “manipulated network traffic” over the past few weeks have had their Crucible privileges removed, the developer revealed in the latest weekly update.

“Cheating will not be tolerated, Guardians,” the developer added. “The Destiny Community is a part of this process. Your finest weapons in the fight against cheaters are the reporting tools built right into the game. Submit a report when and where you detect shenanigans. Shaming your offenders in a video might feel good, but it doesn’t factor into our process for passing down a guilty verdict – and it might get you in trouble with the moderators of your favorite Guardian clubhouse! Issue a report. We’re watching and monitoring.”

Bungie is always watching, so don’t do anything naughty!

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

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