As a part of the Season of Dawn patch for Destiny 2, Bungie elevated the effectiveness of the Dynamo armor mod by eradicating its mod stacking restrictions. But it appears the buff was a bit too sturdy, and Bungie’s needed to disable the mod solely three hours into the brand new season.
Dynamo is a Void class merchandise armor mod, which means all you want is a Void class merchandise to make use of it (you’ve gotten a one in three probability every time a category merchandise drops). The mod reduces gamers’ Super capability cooldown after they use a category capability — Titan Barricade, Hunter Dodge, and Warlock Rift. Normally this mod provides a little bit of bonus Super power on every class capability solid, however the Season of Dawn patch added the flexibility to stack a number of Dynamo mods collectively.
and in case you have not seen this one but pic.twitter.com/E22oZ9KaIz
— Gladd (@GladdOnTwitch) December 10, 2019
The result’s an almost instantaneous Super on a category capability solid (which you’ll be able to see in Destiny streamer Gladd’s tweet above). The capability to immediately regenerate a Guardian’s strongest capability could also be enjoyable, it trivializes some tough PvE encounters, and makes PvP fairly insufferable.
Due to a problem the place the Dynamo Mod can regenerate a Super at irregular speeds, it has been disabled till a hotfix could be deployed.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) December 10, 2019
To repair the difficulty, Bungie rapidly decreased the mod’s effectiveness through a hotfix. While gamers can nonetheless equip the Dynamo mod, it doesn’t at present supply any advantages. Bungie will seemingly appropriate this concern earlier than Season of Dawn ends. But till then, gamers gained’t have the ability to use even a single Dynamo mod to get Super power again.