Bungie has been talking a lot about its upcoming game Destiny 2. The studio just explained the reason behind the game’s lack of dedicated servers and why it uses peer-to-peer connections. However, gamers are worried that some players could potentially cheat using the peer-to-peer connections but, Bungie is confident that they will make the life cheaters very difficult.
In Bungie’s latest weekly blog post, engineering boss Matt Segur explained why Destiny 2 won’t have dedicated servers and talked about the potential threat of cheating on PC. According to Matt, Bungie has a variety of secret strategies in place to make sure the life of a cheater on Destiny 2 PC will be a very hard and short one.
Our security Ninjas have spent several years building a plan for how to engage with this new and vibrant community. We have a variety of top-secret strategies to ensure that the life of a cheater in Destiny 2 PC will be nasty, brutish, and short. And, regardless of what platform you play on, all changes to your persistent character are communicated directly to our secure data center with no peer-to-peer interference.
Destiny 2 is a first-person action shooter in development at Bungie and is scheduled to launch on September 8, 2017, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PC version of the game will launch at a later date.