Destiny 2: Beyond Light Disables Rose And Witherhoard Weapons Until Further Notice

Destiny 2: Beyond Light is now accessible and whereas general the reception to the brand new growth is extremely optimistic, there are nonetheless just a few tweaks that should be hammered out. Bungie has disabled two highly effective (and well-liked) weapons as soon as it was found that they work just a little too properly with Europa’s arrival. 

The first weapon to be taken down is the Exotic Witherhoard Grenade Launcher. Powerful in its personal proper, this weapon’s performance primarily blew up with Beyond Light. The concern with this gun pertains to PvP. It was discovered that after a participant steps into the pool, the participant is mainly taken out instantaneously as a result of the burn does not go away regardless of what number of dodges and jumps happen. 

One consumer uploaded a clip within the thread as properly, asking “Is this supposed to happen”: 

While the Witherhoard has all the time been highly effective, it was by no means an insta-death. That balancing concern is a results of the brand new content material, one thing that Bungie is working to repair rapidly to get this weapon again up and within the sport.

The second weapon to get the non permanent lower is the Rose Legendary Hand Cannon: 

The Rose additionally was met with sandbox modifications, although not as extreme because the Witherhoard. The Rose was initially meant to have a small nerf of 140 rounds per minute, however many Guardians in-game observed it was nonetheless set at 150 rpm. This repair ought to be a fast one, and can doubtless be able to deploy earlier than the tip of the week. 

As for the newest growth itself, Beyond Light is now accessible in Destiny 2 for all platforms, together with next-gen upgrades. You can study extra about what’s new with the newest DLC to fully revamp Destiny 2 with our devoted hub right here. Don’t overlook to additionally try our handy-dandy Season Pass and Season of the Hunt information right here to ensure you’re scoring all of that candy, candy loot. 

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