Destiny 2 Update patch notes, Wiki, Gameplay and more

Destiny 2

Destiny 2 is a free online shooting video game made by Bungie. Originally, you had to pay to play it starting in 2017 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows. But it became free-to-play in October 2019. You can play it on Stadia, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S too. In the game, you’re a Guardian, protecting Earth’s last city using special powers. You battle alien races and fight against the Darkness to save humanity. The game has a mix of cooperative and competitive modes. It also gets updates with new stories and features, some are free, but others you need to buy.

Destiny 2 Update Patch Notes



  • Players now have a chance to earn Iron Banner engrams at the end of every Iron Banner match. Wins have a higher drop chance.  


  • Slightly tuned the spawning zones for Burnout. 


  • The Vermillion Defender emblem can now be reacquired from Collections. 


  • Fixed several out-of-bounds spots in the Multiplex map. 
  • Fixed an issue in Disjunction where players could spawn under the map. 


Crota’s End 

  • Crota’s End loot pool has been modified to have a more balanced distribution of armor pieces. 
    • This change only affects armor. Weapon drops remain as before. 
    • This is the new loot pool, per encounter: 
      • Abyss: helmet, gauntlets, and chest armor 
      • Oversoul Throne Bridge: gauntlets, chest armor, and leg armor 
      • Ir Yut: chest armor, leg armor, and class item 
      • Crota, Son of Oryx: leg armor, class item, and helmet 
  • Eidolon’s Ally can now be reacquired from Collections with the correct purchase requirements. 
  • Fixed the Spoils of Conquest Triumph to only require the player to find two hidden chests. 
    • There was never a third chest to find. 


Heist Battleground Mars  

  • Reduced combatant count and frequency during some encounters in higher difficulty levels. 



  • Fixed an issue where Astrocyte Verse was applying the Volatile debuff to unintended objects. 
  • Fixed an issue where having too many perks active at the same time could kick players to orbit. 


  • Fixed an issue where Shotguns had more damage falloff than intended when aiming sights down. 
  • Fixed an issue where Special Ammo could be generated by swapping weapons very quickly. 
  • Fixed an issue where Necrochasm’s Cursed Thrall Arc explosions dealt less damage than intended to combatants. 
  • Updated the Necrochasm Catalyst description to reflect the requirements needed. 
    • The Catalyst unlocks after obtaining 35 Essences of the Oversoul, no combatant defeats needed. 


Strand Warlock 

  • Weavewalk 
    • While the player is in Weavewalk, Arc Soul and No Time To Explain drones deal reduced damage.  
    • Any perched Threadlings deployed while the player is in Weavewalk will deal reduced damage. 
    • Players can no longer dunk the Spark while in Weavewalk. 
      • While carrying the Spark, the damage resistance provided by Weavewalk is reduced. 


  • Fixed an issue where Monochromatic Maestro was not working with Strand. 
  • Fixed an issue where Elemental Munitions was granting more Special and Heavy Ammo than intended in combination with the Whirling Maelstrom Strand Hunter Aspect. 


  • Fixed an issue where the High Energy Crucible bounty did not progress on energy weapon kills. 
  • Fixed an issue where the description of the Ritual Violence Seasonal Challenge was asking for combatant kills from Season of the Witch activities instead of ritual playlists.   


  • Fixed an issue where the Featured Quest tile had higher cursor friction than intended. 
  • The description of Savathûn’s Spire now properly reflects its two difficulty options. 


  • The Season Pass will now properly reflect Pass ownership state for the Rank 71 reward. 
  • The Dance Off emote now correctly reflects its additional effects when viewed inThe Dance Off emote now correctly reflects its additional effects when viewed in Eververse

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Destiny 2 Gameplay

Destiny 2 is a first-person shooter game where players, known as Guardians, improve their characters through experience points and classes. There are three classes: Warlock, Hunter, and Titan, each with unique abilities.

The game offers both player versus environment (PvE) and player versus player (PvP) modes. In PvE, players explore different planets, complete missions, and engage in various activities to gain gear and improve their power levels. In PvP, players compete in battles and special events, striving for victory and rewards. The game has evolved with expansions, introducing new elements like Stasis powers and diverse weapons and armor.

Destiny 2 Overview




– Activision (2017–2018)

– Bungie (2019–present)


– Christopher Barrett

– Luke Smith

– Ryan Ellis

– Joe Blackburn


Patrick O’Kelly


– PlayStation 4

– Xbox One

– Windows

– Stadia

– PlayStation 5

– Xbox Series X/S


– PlayStation 4, Xbox One: September 6, 2017

– Windows: October 24, 2017

– Stadia: November 19, 2019

– PS5, Xbox Series X/S: December 8, 2020


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