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Edited by VoxeG: 7/28/2019 2:09:17 PM
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I'm having problems accessing pvp.

Good day. I'm having problems accessing pvp. I played for the last time in PvP in March 2019. After that, I did not play Destin 2 until this week of the week. During this week I performed all the activities on powerful equipment and I only had a gambit and a furnace. But I can't stop because access is limited. I would like to find out for what reason access is limited and for how long? I did not use cheats and third-party programs in my life. The only thing I use in Destiny 2 is the site app.destinyitemmanager.com for quick access to the inventory.

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  • [quote]Good day. I'm having problems accessing pvp. I played for the last time in PvP in March 2019. After that, I did not play Destin 2 until this week of the week. During this week I performed all the activities on powerful equipment and I only had a gambit and a furnace. But I can't stop because access is limited. I would like to find out for what reason access is limited and for how long? I did not use cheats and third-party programs in my life. The only thing I use in Destiny 2 is the site app.destinyitemmanager.com for quick access to the inventory.[/quote] There are 3 types of punishments for Destiny/Bungie. Bans, Restrictions and Suspensions. LEARN THE DIFFERENCE. BANS are permanent. The message usually says: "NOT SO FAST! This account has been banned." RESTRICTIONS are temporary. The message usually says: "RESTRICTED! This account is temporarily restricted from _______." If it is your 1st RESTRICTION it's USUALLY 2 weeks. If it is your 2nd RESTRICTION it's USUALLY 2 months. RESTRICTIONS can stack on each other, usually due to the severity and frequency of multiple reports overtime. So 2 weeks AND 2 months, so to most players there won't be a 2nd splash screen and the RESTRICTION ends later than expected. RESTRICTIONS USUALLY end during the reset of that week and not the day of. Sometimes you will be given a splash screen that looks like this http://imgur.com/gallery/GpYKBGG warning you of an issue so you can fix it before a restriction is placed. In-Game Gambit/Competitive Crucible SUSPENSIONS are only 30-60mins and placed AUTOMATICALLY if you leave too many games in a short time span for ANY reason. Whether it be a ddos, error code or power outage. The message usually says: "TIME OUT! You left a ______ match before it was complete…." If you have had 2 prior RESTRICTIONS a 3rd penalty can either be a much longer RESTRICTION or a lifetime RESTRICTION from crucible and Gambit or a full on lifetime BAN. They (usually: changed as of June 28) WILL NOT respond or message you. They WILL NOT tell why a punishment was issued. They don't have to. They don't care. Loyalty. Time played. Content purchased. Gear earned. When you started. Intent. Threats. It is all irrelevant. They make the rules. We have to follow them. Break them and they penalize you. There is no course of action to appeal any punishment issued. They WILL NOT lessen or remove any punishment issued for any reason. They've had this no tolerance policy since Day 1 of D1. It won't change anytime soon. The reasons most ppl have a punishment issued to them is: For some form of cheating (ddossing). Playing with cheaters (paying for a carry, sharing account info, or staying in a lobby with a cheater for too long and benefiting from their illegal actions). Or having consistently terrible internet connection that it affects OTHERS players and not just yourself. You may be playing fine. But to others you may appear as an unkillable red-bar. For most PC tagalongs: They are banned because SOMETHING installed on your PC was viewed as a POTENTIAL threat to D2 and those are PROMPTLY BANNED. The process for BANS and RESTRICTIONS involve reports coming in from players or their flag system towards an individual. The Bungie monkey at HQ reviews it. And they decide if it was warranted or not.

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  • If you’ve got a crucible restriction, which is what it sounds like, it’s likely due to connection issues on your end. Bungie will restrict players who have consistent connection issues. You should check your network for latency or other issues using network diagnostic websites.

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