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‘Destiny 2’ Players Celebrate The Death Of Perfect Aim, A Main Weapon Of Its Cheaters And Hackers – Forbes

Bungie has threatened legal action against Perfect Aim, maker of Destiny 2 cheats that ravage PvP.

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Usually when Destiny fans are celebrating the death of something, its an ancient worm god or psychic dragon or a large time-traveling robot. But today, its something else, the death of Perfect Aim cheats for Destiny 2, a blight which has infected the PC PvP community for ages now.
Yesterday, fans began circulating a screenshot that showed that Perfect Aim cheats for Destiny 2 were no longer for sale, and the message displayed said that it was due to legal action Bungie had ta…

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Minecraft will require a Microsoft account to play in 2021 – The Verge

A Microsoft account will be required to play Minecraft in 2021, Mojang Studios announced yesterday. Owners of the older Java Edition of the game will have to sign…

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Owners of the classic version will be forced to migrate
Minecraft players have been able to play without a Microsoft account for the past six years that the company has owned the game, but that will change in 2021, the official Minecraft blog announced yesterday. Players who own the original version of the game and do not switch to a Microsoft account will be unable to play.
The gamehasexisted in two separately developed versions since its 2011 launch on consoles. Previously, the original Minecraft:…

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Verge readers can get an exclusive discount on Jackbox Party Pack 7 – The Verge

The seventh entry in the Jackbox Party Pack series is available now, and if you are interested in picking up the latest title, Fanatical is offering Verge readers…

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iPhone 12 launch shouldn’t be a COVID-19 superspreader event – CNET

Commentary: Waiting in the usual hyped-up Apple store line isn’t worth the risk of getting the coronavirus.

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Just skip the hoopla and order online. 
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Every fall, Apple fans dependably line up at marquee stores like Manhattan’s famed Apple Fifth Avenue Cube, spending days in folding chairs for a chance to be one of the first to get their hands on a new iPhone. But with this year’s launch of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro on Friday, the situation is radically different thanks to the coronavirus…

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