Bungie filed a lawsuit against AimJunkies, alleging copyright infringement. Later this year, a judge dismissed most of the case, forcing Bungie to file a new one. AimJunkies claims in a press release that Bungie is wrong in its claims that AimJunkies software caused any harm.
AimJunkies is retaliating against Bungie via a press release following its earlier victory in court against the studio behind Destiny. That victory occurred back in April of this year, when a federal judge sided with AimJunkies and recommended that the two parties use arbitration for most of the claims made in the Bungies own License Agreement. However, the court did give Bungie a chance to refile its complaint, and it did so in May.
In a press release from AimJunkies as well as court filings, the cheat maker announced that it is looking to file subpoenas against Valve, PayPal, and Bungie in an attempt to disprove Bungies claims that the cheating software caused Destiny 2's serious damage.
The $7.6 million Bungie lawsuit will be the result of the Destiny 2 YouTube takedown plot.
AimJunkies claims that people should not believe 90% of what is included in Bungie's court filings, adding that Bungie and their counsel both believe that the more [shit] you throw at the wall the greater the likelihood that something stays with the court, no matter how ridiculous or absurd it is in the real world.
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AimJunkies concludes the press conference by implying that Bungies behavior is why Activision sold the company, and stating that it expects Bungies new owner, Sony's, to assist in the future.
Bungie has been contacted by Kotaku about this press release and the ongoing legal battle with AimJunkies.
Bungie has spent the last few years suing cheaters and others in court via lawsuits. And while it has had some successes, even shutting down some sites and cheat makers in the past, AimJunkies has been able to fight back in court, leading to some disappointing outcomes for Bungie.