Destiny 2 Aeon Cult Exotics Will Be Shaken Up in Season of the Chosen Update

Destiny 2 Aeon Cult Exotics Will Be Shaken Up in Season of the Chosen Update

Destiny 2 Aeon Cult Exotics will get their own mods with the upcoming Season of the Chosen update.

In most of the multiplayer games, it’s easy to find a character or a hero or a weapon that turn into a meme for its lack of features or uselessness. When it comes to Bungie’s shooter hit, Destiny 2 Aeon Cult Exotics are probably in a same situation. However, that is going to change in the upcoming update of the game, Season of the Chosen.

Officially revealed a few days earlier, Season of the Chosen will bring some new weapons, armors, and changes to the game as of its launch on February 9. Destiny 2 Aeon cult is an important part of this update that developers hope end up in the popularity of Aeon armors and exotics. According to the team behind Destiny 2, they follow three main goals below by bringing new features to the Aeon cult:

  • Create role-based mechanics that reward you for doing the things that your role is supposed to be good at.
  • Create mechanics that reward other players on your fireteam when you fulfill your role.
  • Give your fireteam incentive for each player to take on a different role.

As of the new season’s launch, Aeon Cult Exotics will have their own mod socket and mods. For all the classes, the mods are identical across the Exotics, which means you can choose any role regardless of which class you are playing. Each mod represents two perks: One of which benefits your allies and one other that focuses on the user. For those who have not chosen the same role as you, the perk that benefits allies will have some extra bonus benefit as well. So, it’s advised to keep your roles distinct and use the perk that benefits allies to get the most out of Aeon Cult Exotics.

Destiny 2 Update 3.1.0 Season of the Chosen will officially go live on February 9 at 9 am PST. The game is currently available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Although the game is free-to-play on all platforms, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can get access to the post-launch expansions for free as well.