In response to some issues reported by players regarding the max Light level for Destiny: Rise of Iron, Bungie has promised to made some changes.
Destiny: Rise of Iron is a major expansion for Bungie’s first-person shooter, Destiny. This is the fourth expansion of Destiny, and was released on September 20, 2016. The game focuses on Fallen enemy race, as they breach the Wall that surrounds Earth’s last safe city while utilizing the SIVA virus. The virus is a Golden Age nanotechnology, characterized by self-replication and self assembly. The last remaining Iron Lord, known as Lord Saladin, guides players to become a new generation of Iron Lords and wipe out SIVA.
Rise of Iron is available only on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, unlike the base game and its previous three expansions, which were all available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
One major concern raised by the community was regarding the max Light level cap. Starting from October 18, Bungie has promised that the max Light level will be 400. Moreover, several rewards that players find will have an increase in the average Light level they possess.
Ghost and Artifact drop is another change that will be introduced. These items have been added as Archon’s Forge completion rewards which will drop at up to 400 Light.