Destiny 2’s controversial divinity will be in trouble in season 19

In its weekly update, Bungie dropped a bombshell on players who preferred the controversial Divinity tracking rifle, among other smaller details about how guns will change ahead of the Lightfall expansion. Divinity has become a polarizing weapon in the Destiny 2 community, with some players calling it the crutch that has become too dominant in high-level PvE content.

Traces of rifles main privilege is a debuff that weakens enemies by up to 30%, and when you have a few marksmen on your team that can deliver critical hits, this weapon can take down even the toughest enemies. Bungie said that it will reduce weapon effects to 15% in Season 19 so that early warriors can focus on using a more diverse arsenal in combat. Community manager Cozmo added that this nerf has been in the planning phase for quite some time, long before the Destiny 2 community started updating Divinity.

A positive change to the arsenal will be better rewards for players who can complete Master level raids. Bungie explained that Adept weapons earned from these challenging encounters need to be equal to or better than their craftable versions, and that coming to Lightfall, players can expect to see weapons. gas Adept with enhanced perks dropped from the new raid. While this doesn’t mean craftable Adept raid guns are coming, it does mean that some of the best guns in the game can be obtained from the Master Lightfall raid.

The high stats of an adept weapon combined with the powerful perks of a crafted gun can make for a potentially devastating piece of equipment in your arsenal. Some of the other interesting changes highlighted in the blog post include a new focus on making Kinetic weapons “more interesting” after Lightfall’s launch, an investigation into giving weapons a lot of crafting. perks to choose from in each column and PvP nerfs for future Exotic SMG Riskrunner.

Season 19 will also feature at least one Kinetic weapon and one Solar Exotic to collect, and you can expect Glaive’s damage resistance to be fixed in the mid-season patch. For more on Destiny 2, you can tune in later today to see Where is Xur? and details on what to expect from Osiris’s Trials this weekend.

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