Destiny 2 update adds Guided Games, fixes a nasty legendary item bug

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The MIDA Multi-Tool is part of a weapon set that also includes the MIDA Mini-Tool. Both exotics now drop reliably.
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Today’s server maintenance for destiny 2 It took a lot longer than expected, but with it came a massive patch, some bug fixes, and the long-awaited guided play feature.

This afternoon, as scheduled maintenance dragged on, Bungie announced a massive 4,795GB patch, at least for PlayStation 4. You’ll need to download patch 1.0.2.1 before you can continue playing. You will be greeted with a new feature called Guided Games.

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We have known Guided Games since May. It’s Bungie’s effort to open up endgame content to more players. Today’s patch brought it live ahead of tomorrow’s raid, and it’s our first look at the system in the wild. In theory, this allows clans to hang up their tile, or rather their banner, and invite players individually or in duos to an adventure. We’ll see in the next few days if it works.

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In addition to stability fixes, a short series of patch notes will indicate that a harmful bug with the legendary item MIDA Mini-Tool has been fixed. Players who earned the item in-game but did not receive it can now visit Devrim Kay in the European Dead Zone (EDZ) to claim their item.

From our guide to getting fit for tomorrow’s raid:

In the EDZ, you can hunt down a group of Brilliant Fallen to stop their supply of performance-enhancing drugs and obtain the MIDA Multi-Tool, a popular kinetic scout rifle from the original. determination. Its perks keep the radar on-screen when aiming and improve your mobility, as does the multi-tool’s new legendary SMG companion, the MIDA Mini-Tool, the Also improves your mobility. They go very fast when both are equipped.

We’ll hear more about the performance of the new patch tomorrow once we’ve had time to test it.

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Source : polygon.com

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