Destiny 2 is set for major Eververse 'loot crate' changes, and more

Destiny 2 is set for major Eververse 'loot crate' changes, and more

We recognize that the scales are tipped too far towards Tess at the moment, and Eververse was never meant to be a substitute for end game content and rewards. Raid gear will now feature mods with raid-specific perks, and an item will drop from each major raid encounter.

Destiny 2's end-game will also get tweaked: "We agree with your feedback on the imbalance between Achievement and Bright Engram rewards, and we will be making adjustments to shift more rewards into specific endgame pursuits instead of generic XP grinding for Bright Engrams", Barrett concluded.

Giving players more direct purchase options and make adjustments to Bright Engrams to allow players to get the items they want more often. There will also be a new Ghost with raid-specific perks, which has a chance to drop from both raid bosses.

In a development update concerning Destiny 2, one of the game's directors, Christopher Barrett, opened the lines of communication with fans to provide a forecast of what would be coming in the next year for the game.

After months of criticism and anger from the community, Bungie has finally addressed Destiny 2's microtransaction problem. They also announced that the servers will be offline soon.

Some of these changes will be rolled out for the Crimson Days event, which kicks off on February 13, and more will come in season three, when the Bright Engram will presumably refresh again. This is now slated for release sometime in spring. In addition to expressing outrage over Bungie altering experience gains for players without notice, the more dedicated players found that the Eververse-the in-game microtransaction store-featured many items that were otherwise hard to find on your own. In response to this, the developers over at Bungie have outlined the changes being made to how it works and how to earn. Since mods are now in Bright Engrams, Bungie are tuning this rework to avoid pay-to-win.

We are adding text chat to the Tower for the PC version of the game.

Players hate Tess Everis and her Eververse shop. If you play on PC, you have been flabbergasted that this was not in at launch.

"We're shifting the balance of new content in favour of activity rewards over Bright Engrams".

You won't need to have purchased any of Destiny 2's expansions to access this content, granting you neat bonuses without dishing out extra dough. "The team is eager to show you what they've been working on".

Multi-Emote: When multi-emote launches, you will be able to choose which emote you have equipped to each of your four emote slots. Everything that seems to be constructed in order to coax you into spending more money pretty much stayed the same, despite fan protests.

In the near future, Bungie will look to add the following and more.