Ring-1 sells tricks by subscription. For 25 euros a week, a cheater can get a pack of Rainbow Six Siege tricks as an aimbot, configurable ESP tools to show the health and distance of other players, options to modify the spread and recoil of the player. 39; weapon, a hardware identification spoofer so they don't. It can't be banned (or if you've been banned before, you can avoid it) and a "long knife" to stab people on the other side of the map.
For 30 euros a week, a cheater receives tricks from Destiny 2, including a PvP aimbot, infinite ammo, ESP, and a HWID spoofer. Similar packages are available for Rust, Apex, Legends, Call of Duty, Escape from Tarkov, Hunt Showdown, Dead by Daylight, PUBG and more.
On July 23, Bungie and Ubisoft presented one plet against Ring-1 in the state district of California, naming several people believed to be behind Ring-1 with usernames such as Krypto, Overpowered and Berserker. According to the lawsuit, the products Ring-1 sells "harm and destroy not only the gaming experience, but also the overall business of the plaintiffs and their reputation among their respective gaming communities."
The lawsuit also alleges Ring-1 trademark infringement. "The Destiny 2 and R6S Cheats purchase page includes key art from plaintiff games, along with links to share the customer's purchase with other users on social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn." The idea that someone would be so proud to buy cheats that they would like to share it with the internet seems baffling, and the idea of announcing that you just bought some Rust hacks on your professional network on LinkedIn is even more absurd. Anyway.
The lawsuit does not put any dollar amount on the damages it claims, saying that "the defendants 'conduct has caused damages to the plaintiffs in an amount that must be proved at trial. According to the plaintiffs' estimate. , this damage can amount to millions of dollars. "
It's not the first time two video game companies have teamed up to take trap sellers to court. Bungie partnered with Riot to face GatorCheats earlier this year. The tricks are a serious problem for online multiplayer games and have become more noticeable as the crossover game exposes the console gamers to what was once more of a PC gaming problem. Sorry, console gamers.