Destiny 2 recently launched a new expansion, Beyond Light, and while some fans have enjoyed jumping into it, there have been numerous bugs impacting the experience. A hotfix has been issued and the light cap exploit has been mended, but some weapons have had to be disabled, Trials of Osiris has been delayed, and other issues have popped up.
However, despite all of these issues, Bungie has insisted that the expansion’s new raid will not be delayed. With five raids having entered the Content Vault with the launch of this expansion, Bungie is keen to make sure that the new one does not slip from its date.
Bungie senior community manager “dmg04” took to Twitter to assure players that the raid, Deep Stone Crypt, will not slip from its November 21 release. “At this time, there are no plans to delay the Raid,” he says.
At this time, there are no plans to delay the Raid.
Team is investigating alternate fixes to that pesky Stasis bug which will prevent harm to the World First race.
We'll have updates later in the week on what to expect.
— dmg04 (@A_dmg04) November 16, 2020
At the moment, the Stasis Super added in the new expansion can one-hit kill bosses; this will hopefully be fixed, dmg04’s tweet suggests. “We’ll have updates later in the week on what to expect,” he says.
In a thread on Reddit, dmg04 confirmed that Bungie is aware of many of the issues players have faced since the expansion launched, and are paying attention to complaints and criticisms.
If you want to know more about Beyond Light, check out GameSpot’s early review impressions. On Xbox Series X and PS5, the game can run at 120fps.
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