Hey there, my fellow tech enthusiasts! It’s your funny guy Nuked here, ready to dive into the wild world of Destiny 2. And let me tell you, we’ve got quite the bug on our hands. I mean, it’s so bad that it’s both hilarious and game-breaking at the same time. Talk about a double whammy!
So, here’s the lowdown: players in Destiny 2 have stumbled upon a bug that allows them to create guns with perks that are absolutely bonkers. We’re talking about shotguns frames on auto rifles, resulting in weapons that can obliterate someone in PvP faster than you can say “game over”. It’s like a cheat code on steroids!
Thankfully, Bungie, the masterminds behind Destiny 2, are on the case. They’ve announced that they’ll be rolling out a fix in two waves. First up, they’re disabling the ability to equip these crafted weapons. So, while players can still build them, they won’t be able to use them for now. It’s like putting a temporary band-aid on a wild wound.
But fear not! Bungie has promised to re-enable crafting “soon after” with the second fix. And this time, it’ll reset any weapons made with these “illegal” components back to their default state. It’s like a magical reset button for those overpowered guns.
Now, let’s talk about the havoc this bug is causing. Players have been crafting grenade launchers with frames from other weapons, resulting in explosive projectiles that can decimate enemies and PvP players alike. I mean, it’s like fireworks on steroids!
This glitch is especially problematic because there are extra rewards up for grabs in the Grandmaster Nightfall activity, which is known to be one of the toughest challenges in the PvE world. But with these overpowered weapons, players are breezing through enemies and bosses like it’s a walk in the park. It’s like turning a marathon into a leisurely stroll.
And let’s not forget about Trials of Osiris, Destiny 2’s competitive PvP mode. This weekend, players have a chance to snag the coveted Igneous Hammer weapon as a reward for going flawless. But with the weapon crafting glitch, there are now hundreds of players running around with guns that can melt opponents. Talk about an unfair advantage!
But here’s the kicker: this bug doesn’t just stop at creating overpowered weapons. Oh no, it goes even further. Players can also use it to slap exotic weapon perks onto regular legendary weapons, completely changing how they function in the game. It’s like giving a car wings and turning it into a spaceship!
Now, you might be wondering if Bungie will need to roll back its servers or take Destiny 2 offline for emergency maintenance. Well, here’s the scoop: they’ve stated that there are “no plans for a rollback” and it seems like the game will keep chugging along as usual. It’s like they’re embracing the chaos and saying, “Hey, let’s have some fun with this!”
And don’t worry if you’ve been tempted to dabble in this glitch yourself. Bungie won’t be handing out bans or restrictions to players who exploit it. They’re sticking to their ban policy and focusing on external scripting and network manipulation tools instead. So, it’s like a free pass to enjoy some laser tag 2.0 action!
Alright, my tech-loving pals, that’s all for now. Stay tuned for updates on this wild bug and keep on gaming with a sense of humor. Until next time, keep those virtual guns blazing!