The latest This Week At Bungie newsletter takes a look at the state of Destiny 2 one month after the launch of its latest expansion, Forsaken, and details upcoming changes to Gambit and the Malfeasance quest in addition to laying out a roadmap for the month’s updates.
Another major change to the Gambit gametype is coming in the form of changes to Power Ammo Crates. Now, each ammo crate will grant only two shots to players wielding the meta-dominating Sleeper Simulant, down from the previous four. On the flip-side, Sword-wielding players will now receive twelve Sword ammo, up from six.
The newsletter also lays out a tentative update schedule for the coming month, and although it is of course subject to change, it should serve to give players a decent idea of when they can expect new features to drop. Update 2.0.4, which is tentatively scheduled to go out on October 16th, will introduce new Legendary weapon drops, buff Scout Rifles in PvE, and add transmat effects to the game’s collection system, among other changes. After that, Update 2.0.5 — scheduled for October 30th — will buff Sword and Fusion Rifle PvE damage, add Masterwork Cores as rewards to certain bounties, and more. For all the details on these upcoming updates and more, be sure to check out the full post on Bungie’s site.