Destiny 2 PC players are being banned as soon as they start up the game and many speculated that some third-party apps like FPS counters or hardware monitors might be causing these bans since these third-party software will not work with the game. However, Bungie has clarified that these bans are not happening due to these apps.
Community representative Cosmo took to Bungie.net and issued a statement saying “Third-party applications that aren’t compatible with Destiny 2 may cause the game to not run but won’t result in a ban.” It is not clear why these bans are happening for the time being but, we are sure Bungie will sort this out soon.
Also, Bungie has explained why it postponed Trials Of The Nine instead of just disabling the emote. According to Bungie community manager, Chris “Cozmo” Spencer, Bungie did consider disabling the emote that caused the glitch which allowed players to go through walls and get an advantage but, this option wasn’t viable.
The first thing we looked at was temporarily disabling the emote. This was not an option or we would have taken it. We were able to remove it from the Eververse store to keep it from being more widely available while we work on a fix. Postponing trials was not something we wanted to do, but we felt it was necessary until we can sort out this issue.
Destiny 2 is a first-person action shooter developed by Bungie for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The PC version is developed by Vicarious Visions and is now available.