In his weekly blog post, Bungie revealed something Destiny 2: Beyond light Description, mostly around the three main activities of the game: Crucible, Gambit and Strikes. But the studio also revealed the game’s new annual armor as well as the first new “chase” weapon in a few seasons.
A few weeks ago, game director Luke Smith revealed a new approach: armor refresh and chase weapon. every year, luck 2 A new set of armor will be found for each class. There are three versions of Crucible, Gambit, and Strikes in armor pieces. So while the actual armor pieces are where you don’t get them, the look will vary slightly depending on the activity from which you picked them up.
The latest blog post gives a visual preview (seen above) and details how players can pick up these pieces. They will come from weekly challenges, completing activities like crucible matches, and ranking Shaxx or Zavala. Boongie will retire the old sets and add a new one every year during the fall expansion.
Beyond light A chase will also come with a weapon for the first time in a few seasons. The toned down version of beloved summit weapons such as Recluse and Mountaintop, chase weapons are powerful legend that come with unique perk combinations. In season 12 and Beyond light, Players will get only one ritual weapon, instead of one based on each of the game’s main activities.
Season 12’s ritual weapon is named Eddard (a name based on the weapon’s image files), and is a sniper rifle based on the same model as Baywatch, a sniper Bungie planned to sunset on November 10 is. It is not currently clear that Eddard has perks.
Players will earn this new ritual weapon by going to the Banshee-44, the gunner. He will give players a choice, allowing them to earn Eddard by playing a ton of Crucible, Gambit or Strike. But once players pick up their poison, they cannot go back on it.
Once players have earned an Adder, they can go to The Drifter, Shaksan, and Zavala to get a secondary quest, which helps players gain organic skin based on activity for various activities. Players will receive a new ritual weapon and three activity-based jewels for each season.
Bungie also elaborated some major changes coming to his major activities.
For Crucible, Bungie plans to reduce the number of playlists again. Every week, players can dive into Control, Elimination, Rumble and Survival (Standard and Freelance). There will also be a weekly rotation mode, either Clash, Scramble, or Showdown. In addition, players can continue to launch private matches. The Iron Banner will continue to show once a month, and Osiris’ trial will appear weekly.
In particular, Osiris’ trials will see the original weapons in season 12 luck, Skillful weapons came with bonus perks, and they were only available to players who went to Flawless. Players must reach the lighthouse to obtain these new Adapt weapons. Destiny 2 Too. Bungie will reveal fully Adapt weapons at a later date.
Bungie is also crossing the strike menu.
In Beyond light, Players will no longer be able to select standard nightfall or daily heroic missions. Instead, the game will offer two options: Vanguard Strike Playlist or Nightfall: Ordial. The functionality of both features will not change.
The most interesting addition to the strike is the inclusion of Adept strike weapons. Presumably, these would serve as unique, powerful perk weapons from the Trials of Osiris. Bungie said they would expand the Adept Strike weapons closer to season 13, which happens later Beyond light.
Finally, Bungie is fully operating in Gambit mode, combining Gambit Prime and Gambit in a single offering.
The new Gambit mostly appears in Gambit Prime, a one-round version of the PVEVP mode Bungi added to the drifter season. But players will no longer have access to Gambit Prime’s armor perks, so the studio is turning the mode down a bit.
Matching mots will now be a major part of each match, with the boss battle becoming more rapid. The studio also increased the timer between attacks, meaning that players would have to wait 20 seconds instead of just 10 to try and kill enemy players. A representative of the Gambit team wrote, “It is never good to have a back-to-back attack.”
The new version of Gambit will take less time than Gambit Prime, which is already much faster than the original Gambit. It seems that the Gambit menu will still allow players to play private Gambit matches with friends.
As the new release date for us nears Destiny 2: Beyond the Light, Which is on 10 November, Bungie is speeding up its communication. We will learn more about various types of upcoming changes this month and October.