Destiny 2 Patch Fixes Raid Key Bug

Destiny 2 Patch Fixes Raid Key Bug

Players who previously bought the emote can still use it, however.

Next week is a pretty big one for PC gamers, as Destiny 2 will finally be available for the platform, bringing with it the most technical performance to date - provided that your laptop/gaming desktop are up to spec, that is.

The PC version of Destiny is considerably different than consoles, players have access to 4K resolution, an uncapped framerate, higher quality textures, 21:9 widescreen support, the ability to rebind keys freely and much more.

As for the rest of the content such as Leviathan Raid, PC players will have to wait a bit. In a blog post yesterday, Bungie announced they would be postponing Trials of the Nine until the issue can be resolved. In order to be a guide, you'll need to meet the Power level requirements and turn in a Guided Games ticket. Not to be confused with the challenge mode seen in Destiny 1 raids, these new challenges are optional.




The prestige version of the Leviathan raid was already delayed by a week so the developer could attempt to fix a pretty significant exploit that could cause enemies to not spawn during the final boss fight. They will let them know with an in-game message when they fail with information on what is at stake each week.

Although majority are not issues that would affect more casual players, Destiny 2 has had a number of problems with glitches lately.

Every raid challenge completed earns you a unique emblem, and you're also guaranteed a raid drop for that encounter.

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