Here’s what Bungie plans on doing with the game right up to Season 3 in May.
In conjunction with the release of their Curse of Osiris DLC, Bungie have updated Destiny 2 to version 1.1.0.
Bungie are committed to doing a better job as December update details are revealed.
Bungie ditches planned Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris stream in favour of a blog post outlining the future for the game.
After being caught out throttling XP gains for heavy Destiny 2 users, Bungie’s changes to the system haven’t exactly rolled out smoothly.
Hoping to lure more people into the web of Destiny 2, Bungie and Activision are opening up a free trial version of the game tomorrow.
Destiny 2 has been systemically throttling the amount of XP awarded to certain players, while displaying the ‘full’ rewards on-screen.
Bungie will be showing more from the upcoming Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris expansion in a livestream scheduled for tomorrow.
Bungie will be issuing a hotfix patch (220.127.116.11) for Destiny 2 on PC tomorrow, 6 November.
Not everyone has had the chance to enjoy Destiny 2 since its launch.
Players are off to Mercury to explore new content this December.
Bungie dishes out some details on planned upcoming content and a look at next week’s patch.
Bungie owns up and admits some players should not have been banned.
According to Bungie a small percentage of players have been banned and some players have been unbanned.
Bungie’s banning policy is a mess and as more PC players find themselves locked out of the game.