That arrow better not inject any outside code into Destiny 2
The online community surrounding Destiny 2 exploded overnight with complaints of players being banned from the game “for nothing,” as one popular thread on the Bungie forums puts it.

That post is joined by dozens of others across those forums and the Destiny 2 subreddit claiming their accounts have been banned for no reason.
The widespread reports have led many to suspect that the PC version of the game, launched yesterday, is overzealously protecting itself against third-party applications that inject code into the Destiny 2 client.

That class of application includes many popular cheating programs but also ropes in video capture software like OBS, performance-monitoring software like Fraps, and even the in-game overlay features in chat software like Mumble and Discord.
Bungie and publisher Activision haven’t issued an official statement on the matter, but some associated with the company have denied that this is what’s happening. “Third-party applications that aren’t compatible with Destiny 2 may cause the game to not run but won’t result in a ban,” community manager Cozmo23 wrote in a reply on the company forums.
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