After a Destiny 2 content leak at a recent Creators Summit, developer Bungie has put its foot down, promising to get tougher going forward. A top-ranked Destiny 2 streamer and YouTuber, Aquiganhe have He was reportedly charged by the company For leaking information regarding the Bungie Community Summit into a private Discord server, a transcript of the events that the content creator vehemently denies.
On Twitter, Bungie addressed the situation:
Ekuegan has some recognition within the community for the notable achievement of powering over 6,000 Grandmaster Nightfalls, a particularly punishing form of PVE content that requires a high level of skill. He has previously attended three other Creator Summits at Bungies invitation. He confirms that he was not the leaker, and was, in fact, framed by a Discord user known for posting leaked information, which relates to the next season of content.
Talking to ForbesEkuegan has been steadfast in maintaining the “why” of it all, explaining: “I’m in a lot of non-disclosure agreements. [at the moment]Why would I break any of them? It’s part of the job. I’ve spent 14,000 hours on this game, and many hours helping people at Grandmasters.”
It’s an unfortunate situation, but one that Bungie considers closed at least. Community Manager Liana Robert said:
What do you think of this whole scenario? Is letting the community behind the curtain part of the problem, or the right way to build a better game? Let us know in the comments section below.
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