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Destiny 2 Changes Course On Into The Light Weapon Rollout

Late last year it was reported that Destiny 2the upcoming expansion, The final formwas delayed in the midst of struggles and layoffs at Bungie. The expansion, which was originally scheduled to release in February, was then officially pushed back to June, leaving a huge gap of time between what was supposed to be the end of last year’s expansion and the possible conclusion of Destiny 2the ongoing saga. In light of this gapBungie has planned a pseudo-season of content, billed as Destiny 2: Into the Lightwhich brings new cards, Fashionsand weapons when it launches on April 9.

In the lightThe weapons of are particularly remarkable, because they constitute this Bungie dubbed “the BRAVE arsenal”, a collection of beloved ancient weapons that have been renewed and improved for the current state of the game. When they were first revealed in the second of three projects developer flow earlier this week, however, they were met with both enthusiasm and a hint of hesitation. The latter result was due to Bungie announcing that it would release half of the BRAVE arsenal at launch, followed by an extended weekly rollout for the other half of the armory. According to the original plan, the players who started playing In the light at launch, they wouldn’t be able to get their hands on the entire arsenal for a full six weeks.

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from being in and around the Destiny 2 community for years now, is that you should do as little as possible to bother players and their loot. Fans of the game weren’t too happy with the drip-feeding of weapons, especially considering how many of these weapons are fan favorites and have depreciated in value over the years. Above all, faster access to the full arsenal would give players more time to master them. In the lightThe new Onslaught PvE mode and earn special variants that are only available for a limited time. According to the schedule initially planned by Bungie, this time would be significantly reduced for the release of weapons later. Countless players have voiced their concerns and complaints to Bungie, which, despite its missteps, is often open to feedback and fairly quick to respond, and the team is now (sort of) in the process of go back.

A thread on the Destiny 2 The team’s Twitter account (which shares ideas and feedback directly from developers) responded to fan concerns yesterday and announced that Bungie would be tweaking the planned weapon rollout. Instead of six weeks, the schedule has now been reduced to three weeks, meaning the team will drop two weapons per week after launch. Under this schedule, players will now be able to obtain the entire BRAVE arsenal by the end of April, rather than the end of May. Although this does not completely eliminate the “timing» that many players are calling for, the decision is largely a step in the right direction.

Further down the thread, Bungie describes the many ways it ensures players can get guaranteed god rolls and limited variants of the BRAVE arsenal. According to Bungie, “weapon drop rates during Destiny 2: Into the Light will be among our highest in Fate“, going back even to the days of Season of Opulence”, ensuring that people who spend time playing Destiny 2 in the coming months, they will be able to get their hands on the coveted weapons.

The entire thread is worth reading if you’re curious about the different ways to earn loot along the way. In the lightbut the message is clear: you will be able to obtain BRAVE weapons no matter what.

News Source : kotaku.com
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