A new season of Destiny 2 is now available. The Season of the Drifter comes with numerous changes and new additions, and the latest mode added to the game is Gambit Prime. This game mode comes with some twists, and it isn’t simple to last a couple of rounds.
If you want to know what this update brings, we will take a closer look at the patch notes.
What changes the new Destiny 2 season brings?
There are multiple changes when it comes to shotguns, and they are now balanced around usability. That means that the speed of most shotgun types is now different and the damage has been increased for them.
Other heavy weapons also go through various changes. For instance, grenade launchers in the heavy slot deal more damage, while machine guns deal less damage when it comes to busses. Rocket launchers also receive a significant boost.
There are also a couple of changes related to clans. Users can earn clan experience by completing activities, and daily bounties no longer exist. However, there will still be weekly bounties, such as raid challenges, a separate raid bounty, a PvE bounty, and PvP bounty. As rewards, players will receive Legendary gear and experience.
There are also perks for every level:
- Level 2 Perk: Increased public event rewards
- Level 3 Perk: Completing a weekly Hawthorne bounty awards mod components
- Level 4 Perk: Completing a clan vendor challenge awards enhancement cores
- Level 5 Perk: Increases the drop rate of Crucible and strike catalysts when playing with clanmates
- Level 6 Perk: Unlocks an additional weekly bounty for Hawthorne
The new update also solves some old issues. For instance, the glitch where the Last Word’s Laconic ornament did not show up correctly in the third person. Bugs related to the Trinity Ghoul’s Lightning Rod perk and Rapid Hit were also fixed in the new Destiny 2 season.
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