It has been a month since Destiny 2’s expansion pack Forsaken was welcomed by gamers all around. The developers at Bungie also have announced another giant update with the Black armoury expansion pack. One would think that the developer is already giving so much into this but to everyone’s excitement, Bungie announced on its blog that October will host two new patches for the title.
The first of the two patches would be coming out on the 16th of October. In this update, users would see that it would contain the Festival of Lost Seasons event. It would also allow players to run pursuits upto 3, which was restricted to single before. It would boast other major improvements too, including an increased Scout Rifle damage in the player vs non player situations.
The second update would be coming in about 15 days later on the 30th of October. This would be more focused on weapon improvements. Certain weapons such as swords would inflict greater point and health deduction in the PvE game mode. Apart from that, fewer duplicates would be a crucial and much needed change in this. Not that players would not face any duplicates but they won’t be an annoyance and a problem of the same magnitude.