Hi, My Destiny 2 account was banned. I understand that you have a zero tolerance policy in place for bans and restrictions, but I just want to know for sure why my account was banned. My game was also crashing a lot prior to the ban. Thanks.
Your account was banned on Nov 13th when we detected that the Destiny 2 game client was directly targeted by an application capable of - and specifically designed for - reading and modifying the memory of other running processes. The data leading to your ban has been reviewed and your punishment will not be overturned. For more information on behavior that can lead to account bans visit https://bungie.net/bans
Typically, pc bans are due to software detected by Destiny 2 while running. These include but not limited to, trainers, aimbots, auto-fire, mods, graphics hacks, anything that injects code into games, debuggers for programing, even some viruses. any of these could cause a ban, [b]even if not destiny 2 specific[/b] [b]Restrictions are temporary, and will not be overturned or undone before they expire. Once an account is banned however, that ban is permanent. Account restrictions and bans are only done in extreme cases; if actions were taken against your account, then it was with reason. [/b] [b]There are NO options to dispute or overturn account restrictions or bans.[/b] Bans are lifetime for that account https://twitter.com/Bungie/status/1179836392953675776 <- Most recent info [url=http://www.bungie.net/bans]bans and restrictions policy page[/url] [i]*I am not a Bungie representative, just a player trying to give the answers that are available.[/i]
由Mars2u編輯： 11/13/2019 5:13:47 PM[quote]Hi, My Destiny 2 account was banned. I understand that you have a zero tolerance policy in place for bans and restrictions, but I just want to know for sure why my account was banned. My game was also crashing a lot prior to the ban. Thanks.[/quote] You know why. Tell us the aim bot, overlays and other software you downloaded. Tell us about the “undetectable” software Bungie found going through its process’. Not very undetectable apparently.