Bungie Reveals Bugs in Upcoming Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes Event - Twitter Goes Crazy
Here are the bugs in the Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes event.
Destiny 2 is all set to receive a new update, which will be marking the return of the popular Solstice of Heroes event in the game. In the past few months, Destiny 2 has been expanding quite quickly in terms of player count, with the free-to-play version further giving it a boost.
For those who are unaware, the Solstice of Heroes event takes place in the game around Solstice, as the name implies. The event will be kicking off on July 6th, and the 3.2.1 Update will be dropping along with it. There will be changes in the event every day throughout the next month. Here is what Bungie says about the event.
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“Each day of the month-long event will be assigned an element. Guardians will need to match their attacks with the daily element in order to charge one of four unique elemental buffs. On Prism days, Guardians can charge all four buffs, but can only activate one at a time.”
The update is all set to go live anytime now, and fans are eagerly waiting for it to arrive.
Bungie Reveals Bugs in Upcoming Solstice of Heroes Event – Twitter Goes Crazy
Amidst all that, Bungie has made an announcement that has had the community in splits, with some even expressing their anger towards it. According to their recent tweet, Bungie has announced beforehand some of the bugs that players might face during the upcoming event. You can find the entire list below.
- The Light and Dark Weekly Solstice bounty for Gambit will only gain progress from elemental final blows against Guardians.
- Prismatic Orbs do not contribute to the total Elemental Orbs collected by players.
- The UI for the Prismatic Taken event in the EAZ may overlap other objective UI if players have multiple buffs active.
- The 2018 Solstice armor set glows may be less intense on certain portions of the armor.
The announcement wasn’t taken quite well by a large number of fans, as they were quite surprised how the event still could have bugs, despite being a recurring thing for several years.
Some even accused Bungie of shipping quite a lot of updates with significant bugs, and the fact that they are already aware of the bugs before the update is even live makes things even worse.
At the same time, a few fans came forward to acknowledge the fact that Bungie clarified what bugs will be present in the game beforehand. As of now, Bungie hasn’t revealed when these will be fixed, but we can expect a fix pretty soon.