By FileTrekker 4 months ago, last updated 4 months ago
Over the years, Destiny 2 has managed to maintain a dedicated player base, although it's fair to say that aspects of the game have received criticism in recent months and years, prompting Bungie to listen to the player base and make welcome changes to weapon swapping in its latest update, and the first since the launch of Season of the Deep, which it announced yesterday.
One of the fundamental changes introduced in update 188.8.131.52 focuses on weapon-swapping mechanics. Previously, players had to endure a two-second delay before being able to shoot their guns after changing them - this delay has now been reduced to approximately one second, allowing for smoother and more responsive gameplay, enhancing the fluidity of combat and providing players with increased flexibility in adapting to different situations.
The update also has several bug fixes for various activities within the game. Players who enjoy The Crucible, Salvage, and Guardian Ranks will be pleased to know that specific issues affecting these activities have been addressed - for example - an issue where players would lose connection during the Boss encounter in Salvage has been resolved, ensuring a more stable experience. The Destiny 2 subreddit has been positively reacting to these changes, with players hoping these updates will rectify the issues they have been facing as of late.
Here are some of the critical changes and fixes mentioned in the patch notes:
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