The case follows an initial lawsuit, stemming from legal proceedings initiated by Bungie. The American studio continues its fight against the cheat software present on its Destiny 2 game. However, this time the move backfired on Bungie. Aimjunkies, a company specializing in the creation and distribution of cheat software, is the target of this procedure.
However, among the evidence presented by Bungie during the trial, some information could not have been obtained unless it was entered illegally and without permission, on the company’s devices.
Note that this is not the first legal exchange between the two groups. A judge had already cleared Aimjunkies in a first copyright case, saying the software was an original production and did not conflict with Bungie’s intellectual property.
In the meantime, we remind you that you can find several guides about Destiny 2, including the location of Xur.