Destiny 2’s event for Bungie’s 30th anniversary brings major armor changes that will enable full loadout swapping

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in his practice “This Week at Bungie” Update, the developer outlined some important quality of life changes coming to Destiny at its 30th anniversary event next week. with some tantric images of the officer fate 2 twitter account and steam page Teasing out the paid elements of the release, one of the most exciting changes for many players will be the way armor management works.

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Up until now, changing your Guardian’s loadout has been an extremely cumbersome process, requiring you to swap state-changing modes one by one at the cost of in-game currency. With the update coming next Tuesday, this process will no longer demand Glimmer currency. As a result, third-party item managers will then be able to swap out armor mods, select weapon perks, gear shaders and even cosmetic ornaments, giving your guardians a lot more control via desktop and mobile apps Will be able

This change to the API is sure to enable gear management tools, such as the great Destiny Item Manager, to extend the existing loadout functionality, enables it to replace almost every aspect without the horrendous faf currently involved. It seems the heavy bump in feature brings Destiny in line with other contemporary MMOs.

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“While this may not be the solution to every Build Craft feedback item, it is a step forward as the team looks to dialing in the build to crafting and loadout opportunities for Destiny 2 in the future,” Bungie wrote. “The team will also be looking at artifact mod resets and costs in the future, but normal armor mod swapping is a great first step.”

Bungie didn’t reveal further details about the content of the 30th anniversary event, but some of the screenshots available paint a pretty exciting picture of the new three-player dungeon coming to the game.

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Official Destiny 2. in an image from Twitter accountIn this article, we can see former exotic gun salesman Xur in the company of a celestial horse (previously seen at the conclusion of the 2019 Nine Invitations). They appear to be in an inner realm in the Nine Realms, a setting similar to the prophetic dungeon and the old reckoning six-person event. There is also a large wheel with symbols of different fortune clans on the spokes.

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Guardians entering a treasure room

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Guardians Inside a Treasure Room

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In the above screenshot, you can see the Guardians on either side of the entrance to a huge treasure horde, it also appears to be in the Nine Realms. Zur can be made in the image of the Guardians entering the Vault, and the Celestial Horse again appears in the image of the Guardians already in the area.

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This last screenshot shows the interior of a cave at the Cosmodrome, with cosmetic, background versions of Destiny’s iconic engrams scattered throughout.

“Smash the new three-player dungeon inspired by the previously famous Cosmodrome Loot Caves,” reads the description of the Grasp of Avarice Dungeon on the Steam page. “Reveal a tale of riches and regret as you follow an adventurer who traded his humanity for treasure.”

I was initially unsure whether these screenshots were of an upcoming dungeon, the free matchmade “Dares of Eternity” activity which is also coming, or a mix of the two. At this point, I’m pretty sure the screenshots are all depicting Grasp rather than Dares. Previous preview material on Dungeon referred to it as a “pirate-themed” celebration of Destiny 1’s legendary loot cave. You can build a giant ship’s cannon and anchor in a treasure hunt, from which I can conclude that these images are screenshots of the dungeon, and will see you go from the Cosmodrome to the extra-dimensional Nine Realms.

The presence of Zur, as well as the mention of an “adventurer who traded his humanity” leads me to and others The speculation that Grass of Avaris might eventually reveal the mysterious seller’s backstory, a point of speculation since Destiny’s release in 2014. We’ll have to wait until December 7th when the anniversary event begins to know for sure, as well to discover. Figure out what’s up with “Dares of Eternity”. One thing we do know for sure is that the iconic alien rocket launcher will be returning as part of the Gjallerhorn event, and based on signs Bungie Dev is dropping, I’m expecting a pretty spicy return. .



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