15 Times Tons of Players Were Banned In One Go

Cheaters, hackers or straight up toxicity - these games have banned their fair share of offenders.

Posted By | On 07th, Feb. 2018

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We all mess up in life but some of us tend to revel in it more than others. Some players, mostly with online games, tend to become a little too…foolish for a company’s liking, thus leading to bans. Of course, not everyone has been banned from a game or service because of this but it is interesting to look back on such cases. So let’s take a look at 15 occasions were tons of gamers were banned in one go.

Destiny 2

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Prior to Destiny 2 launching on PC, Bungie noted that certain overlays and programs may not be supported. Later, when bans were going out left and right, PC players believed it was due to third party plug-ins. While this evidently wasn’t the case, Bungie did believe that the thousands of bans were completely justified and wouldn’t overturn a single one. It then admitted in true Bungo fashion that some bans might have been accidental. Never change, Bungie.


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