Bungie have issued a(nother) assertion in response to Destiny 2 Faction Rally suggestions. An announcement from community manager Cozmo final evening mentioned modifications to faction rewards, in addition to the roll-out of the weapons for the sport’s second season.
Here’s what you might want to learn about Destiny 2 Faction Rallies.
Cozmo first discusses “an issue in the previous Faction Rallies,” during which “players were earning hundreds of Faction Tokens per hour without firing a single shot.” That was finally modified to a brand new system that ended up locking gamers out of Lost Sector rewards, however that didn’t work both. Cozmo says that Bungie is “ a change that gained’t make gamers really feel pressured to run to and from a single chest for hours whereas not putting a tough cease on having fun with Lost Sectors.” The modifications ought to make it to live in the next patch.
Cozmo additionally addresses the difficulty of season two faction rally weapons, which haven’t been showing in faction rally crates. He says “it was not made clear beforehand that the brand new Season 2 weapons can be added all through the occasions of the Season relatively than firstly,” and apologises for “this lapse in communications.
In a separate post, the way in which that season two faction rally rewards can be rolled out was defined. A brand new auto rifle will likely be out there because the Winner’s Offering on the finish of this rally, and with each subsequent rally, the earlier providing will likely be added to Faction engram rewards, alongside an extra weapon. In all, 5 model new weapons will make their means into engram rewards over the course of season two.
That’s not confirmed a very fashionable transfer, as a fast look on the feedback part beneath that put up will make abundantly clear. Meanwhile, recreation director Chris Barrett has been discussing some totally different weapon modifications, saying that Snipers, Shotguns, and Fusion Rifles need “a return to glory.”