Last year, Bungie filed a lawsuit alleging Fate 2 Fraudulent producer AimJunkies claims copyright infringement. Then, earlier this year, a judge dismissed most of that lawsuit, forcing Bungie to re-file her lawsuit. Now, AimJunkies is fighting back, claiming in a press release that Halo dev was wrong to claim that AimJunkies’ software caused any harm. Furthermore, the company suggests that Bungie is throwing “shit” at the “wall” in court to try to see what sticks.
According to the report of TorrentFreakAimJunkies is hitting back at Bungie via press release following an earlier victory in court against the studio behind Life. That victory came in April of this year, when a federal judge dismissed most of Bungie’s lawsuit against the fraudsters, sided with AimJunkies and recommended the two sides use arbitration for most cases. claim made in the action as set forth in the Bungie Own License Agreement. However, the court gave Bungie a chance to redo her case, and it did it in May.
Earlier this week, in a press release TorrentFreak received from AimJunkies as well as in court documents, the fraudsters confirm that they are working to effect subpoenas against Valve, PayPal and Bungie in an effort to gather evidence to refute the claims of Bungie that the cheat software caused Fate 2 “Serious damage.” AimJunkies says that, in fact, for as long as its cheat software is available, Fate 2 is said to have some of the most popular months based on sales and player count.
In a quirky and aggressive press release, AimJunkies stated that people shouldn’t believe “90%” of what is in Bungie’s court filings, adding that “Bungie and their attorneys seem to believe a lot of it.” than [shit] the more you throw it against the wall, the greater the chance that something will stick to the court, no matter how absurd or absurd it may be in the real world. “
The press release ends with AimJunkies hinting that Bungie’s behavior is why Activision sold the company and saying it hopes “wiser minded people” at New owner of Bungie, Sony, will help move forward. (Activision never owned Bungie.)
Kotaku contacted Bungie regarding this press release and the ongoing legal battle with AimJunkies.
Bungie has spent the last few years accept scammers and others in court through lawsuits. And although it has had some wins, even shut down some websites and cheaters In the past, AimJunkies was able to fight the court, leading to some disappointing outcomes for Bungie. This latest press release seems to signal that this legal battle won’t be over anytime soon.