Bungie disables Hunter and Titan exotics in Destiny 2 due to “unintentional” competitive advantages

Bungie has quickly disabled each the Hunters’ Radiant Dance Machines Hunter leg armour and the Titans’ Wormgod Caress in Destiny 2 after it was found each have been conferring uninentional bonuses to gamers in the Crucible and Gambit modes.

Radiant Dance Machines (a brand new Hunter unique) have been disabled in each the Crucible and Gambit modes as a result of they allowed Hunters to dodge “an unintended amount of times” in the competitive modes. To put it merely, it gave Hunters the choice to simply dive concerning the area, avoiding fireplace from different Guardians and gaining an unfair benefit and allowed them to cost their Supers in a short time, too.

(*2*) Bungie has mentioned in a tweet.

Elsewhere, we have seen the Titans’ Wormgod Caress unique gauntlets disabled completely – together with in single-player/co-operative content material. They have been absolutely disabled “due to an issue where Titans could unintentionally do large amounts of damage with their throwing hammers”.

This week, we realized extra about Destiny 2’s subsequent enlargement, Witch Queen.

The Witch Queen comes with space referred to as Savathun’s Throne World which harbors the brand new Lucent Hive Guardians which is able to wield the Light towards you, and they’ve their very own Hive Ghosts. So they are going to be one thing to cope with.

You can anticipate some new weapons to deal use towards them, such because the Glaive which is a melee weapon. In order to purchase it and a few of the different new weapons, you’ll make use of a brand new crafting system. You’ll have the opportunity to forge all of The Witch Queen and Seasonal weapons, and the system will probably be extra versatile than the Umbral system – it’s going to even permit you to hunt for particular perks.

Witch Queen launches February 22, 2022 – and Season of the Lost is stay in-game now.