Destiny 2 upgrades to new consoles, plans clan XP event


With Curse of Osiris and season two on the way for Destiny 2, the team at Bungie has some time to fill with events to keep players busy and sated. Right now there’s a battle for resources that will conclude on November 14th, awarding one of three factions the winner and making its special weapon available for all.

Next up is a Clarion Call event that will begin on November 17th and continue through the 20th. During this event, players who are teamed up with at least one other clan member will receive double XP for all activities.

Bungie said that it readying the game for an upgrade that will take advantage of the new hardware on the market: “On December 5, along with the launch of Curse of Osiris and Season Two, we’ll be deploying an update to Destiny 2 that will deliver stunning gameplay with high dynamic range (HDR) lighting to these new consoles. You’ll also see adaptive 4K resolution on the PlayStation 4 Pro and 4K on the Xbox One X.”

Source: Bungie

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They needed more story content it was to short. Sick of the RNG already. Just getting up to 260 light and going to try the raid than stop till there is more content.

Alex Js.
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Alex Js.

Right now there’s a battle for resources

More like “a battle of whomever gets bored faster when grinding billions of Faction tokens using exploitable loot box at the end of EDZ’s “Winding Cove” area Lost Sector”. And no, Bungie doesn’t care about this exploit – it’s been mentioned for many days at many gaming-related sites (such as Gamespot and others) and still not a single world from Bungie.

What a joke of the game… Same goes for the company which developed it.

The Weeb formerly known as Sray
The Weeb formerly known as Sray

It’s common practice for game studios to not speak publicly about in-game exploits because the puts a gigantic spotlight on those exploits. I play Destiny 2 a lot and didn’t know about there being an exploit until I read your post. Statistically speaking, the majority of the game’s players have no idea it’s there; and it’s likely they won’t unless Bungie says something about it.


Oh look, there’s a bug in a large, complex computer program! The people who made it must be idiots!

Never mind the fact that the game itself, like many other games similar to it, are marvels of modern software engineering.

People like YOU are why game developers don’t like to interact with the very people who play their games. You’re the worst.

Danny Smith

“Double Xp”

what? You hit the cap long before finishing the story and every ‘level’ after that is just a cash shop lockbox to direct you to the ingame cash shop on repeat because in D1 barely anyone touched it. So its an event to make people visit the cash shop more. Yay?


You forgot to finish your sentence. “Visit the cash shop to receive a FREE engram”

Angel of Def

You could have pointed out the fact that you are basically playing the same 5 missions every map, which for a few are just D1 pvp maps redone for pve, with the same 3 characters and abilities from the first game with some minor tweaks, you could have brought up the fact that pvp on PC is a joke with aim assist on controllers, lack of map diversity, gimped group size, bad spawns and their “tweaked” peer to peer network code which makes things worse. Instead of lagging in one lobby out of 4, you lag in each lobby but only to certain players, and at certain times! You could have even mentioned the fact that everyone’s IP is visible to each client, and 9 out of 10 games you are playing with people from China….

You could have even mentioned the broken same squads who are using exploits since launch to ddos opposing clients, or lack of real diversity in gun meta. The constant bugs like BEAVER disconnects (no not a joke), or change to the shader system which IS to push you to the store when no one wanted the first one changed..

But you went with that? There are a lot of issues in this game, but that isn’t one of them. The silver shop is one of the least intrusive systems of any game that I have seen. There is one thing worth buying on that stupid thing, its the xp buff which you get with the “earned” currency, and its 50 credits, I haven’t spent a dime and I think I have like 5k banked up and 50 of those xp buffs in my inventory.

dunno, sounds like you haven’t actually played it.


No need to use the cash shop nothing really special in there.