Bungie Resets Credit of 5,000 Halo: Reach Cheaters

Bungie the developers of "Halo: Reach" has slammed 15,000 players for exploiting the game's credit system. According to a Bungie, "the developer has reset credit tallies for 15,000 players who have "egregiously" exploited a credit rip-off. The post reads, "Specifically, we targeted an exploit that allowed players to complete a Challenge 20+ times via itentional […]

Bungie the developers of "Halo: Reach" has slammed 15,000 players for exploiting the game's credit system. According to a Bungie, "the developer has reset credit tallies for 15,000 players who have "egregiously" exploited a credit rip-off. The post reads, "Specifically, we targeted an exploit that allowed players to complete a Challenge 20+ times via itentional [sic] network manipulation (i.e., disconnects)"."

Bungie didn't specify any further details, but the instance spoken of highly resembles a credit hack that surfaced following the game's release last month. This cheat allowed players to rack up huge credit bonuses by manipulating the game via the means (see video below):

In addition to having their credit total nullified, players found to be cheating must sit through a one-day ban from amassing any additional credits.

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