Destiny 2 early access Beta is now available on PC after launching on the PS4 and Xbox One early this Summer. This Beta is unfortunately going through some technical issues during it launch but Bungie has acknowledged the issues and are working for a resolution for it.
One of the head scratching game design flaw for the original Destiny was that it tied the odds of you getting better weapons if you had a powerful gear equipped at the time of decrypting engrams. This appears to have been removed now according to a tweet from Destiny 2 developer, Mark Noseworthy.
In his tweet, Mark Noseworthy confirmed that the game now automatically checks for best possible loadout for the player so they no longer gain an advantage by equipping a powerful gear. “PSA: In D2 it’s no longer advantageous to equip your most powerful gear when decrypting Engrams. We check for your best possible loadout now,” read Mark Noseworthy’s tweet.
Destiny 2 fans are rather happy over this change and consider it a ‘game changer’ for them since it means less complications for decoding the engrams. This also means less mistakes now since it was possible to make a mistake here when decoding engrams without a powerful gear and end up with a less substantial gear.
Destiny 2 is set to launch on September 6th for the PS4 and Xbox One. The game will arrive one month later, on October 24th, for the PC. It will be playable through Battle.Net.