It’s a pretty loaded Bungie weekly newsletter this week for fans of Destiny 2, with a number of new details including adjustments to the Malfeasance quest in Gambit, what happens next with the Last Wish raid, and upcoming updates and events due to the MMOFPS in October. So let’s get started.
Regarding Malfeasance and its quest steps during Gambit, the devs will be adjusting the spawn rate of the Ascendant Primeval Servitor, which is a required kill in order to unlock the hand cannon. During the third week of the curse cycle that affects the Dreaming City zone, the Primeval Servitor will have as frequent of a chance to spawn as any other Primeval. There will also be increased spawn rates for this mob during lesser curse weeks, but it will still be less frequent than during the curse’s apex.
In other Gambit news, tweaks are being made that will introduce quit penalties to the mode and adjust the amount of Power ammo you get from Power Ammo Crates for the Sleeper Simulant and sword Power weapons.
The newsletter also brought an update calendar for the month of October, which will see two patches to the game.
- Update 2.0.4 (Oct. 16) will bring several new Legendary weapons, increase scout rifle damage in PvE and against mobs in Gambit, and will start off the Festival of the Lost Halloween event.
- Update 2.0.5 (tentatively Oct. 30) will introduce slight damage increases to swords and fusion rifles in PvE, improve viability of the Malfeasance hand cannon in PvE and Gambit, and make adjustments to reduce Exotic duplicate drops. Bear in mind, however, that these updates may be delayed.
Finally, the raid team checked in with confirmation that the Last Wish raid will not be getting a harder difficulty mode:
“We focused on creating one definitive version of Last Wish with no qualifiers attached to it. We wanted to create an experience that offered the truest forms of every encounter from day one, and offered some of the most powerful rewards in the game to anyone who could succeed.”
As for what’s next for those who live to raid, a new raid lair is due to arrive this December as part of the Black Armory Annual Pass content.
An easier quest step for Malfeasance, less Exotic duplicates, PvE damage adjustments, and Halloween. Sounds like a pretty good series of updates to us!
Source: Bungie website
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