The first new update since the announcement of Destiny 2’s Beyond Light expansion is here. Although we’ve had severe bugs, Hotfix 220.127.116.11 addresses a series of problems, including one that has caused a pistol to be disabled.
One aspect of the wide 3.0 upgrade was an improvement in fire-rate on many weapons, and this update changes the Rose hand cannon to provide its planned 140 RPM firing rate (the one connected to the Exotic Hand cannon Lumina). It was previously set to 150 RPM, which induced a temporary impairment of the weapon. Meanwhile, Witherhoard’s Exotic Grenade launcher stays disabled despite this upgrade.
For Xbox One and X/S series game, as you communicate with Vault in the Tower, the update tackles a malfunction, but you do not fear diving into your item library. In both formats, there are still undefined stability-related backend improvements.
Heir Apparent was omitted from the Memorial of Missing Lights in the current Exotic Archive. In addition, an issue has been solved as the emblems that are issued with the Collectors Version have now been correctly granted and can be displayed in the Collections as expected.
You can read the entire patch notes below for the update – which is accessible in Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC and Stadia now – or see our guide to locate Xur on his first journey to the Beyond Light age and then see our Beyond Light early overview of our ideas about new DLC expansion up to now.
HOTFIX DESTINY 2 18.104.22.168
Stability of Operation
It solved a problem where Destiny 2 could crash when Xbox consoles were interacted by players with the Vault in the Tower.
Implement backend improvements to boost the reliability of Destiny 2 operation.
Rose’s fire rate changed from 150 RPM to 140 RPM.
This famous hand cannon will again be fitted by players.
Heir Apparent was withdrawn from the Missing Lights – Exotic Archive Monument.
Resolved a problem where emblems of Collectors Version were not adequately granted or shown in collections.