The Destiny 2 group has been all aflutter for the previous week or so thanks to a bug that permits 12 gamers, quite than the standard six, to tackle the MMO recreation’s end-game raids. The exploit has created a model new sense of pleasure around raiding, and movies of 12-player raid chaos have flooded Destiny 2 YouTube channels. In the most recent This Week at Bungie, the developer says it’s not in a rush to repair the exploit.
“We’ve been watching the 12-player raid hype and are glad you’re enjoying yourselves”, writes Destiny 2 community manager Chris ‘Cozmo’ Shannon. “We aren’t rushing out a fix for this and it’s totally fine if you want to try it out and have some fun.”
While the bug isn’t one thing Bungie supposed, it’s been the supply of some renewed vitality in Destiny 2 as gamers settle into the Season of the Chosen, which runs till May 11. Some of Destiny 2’s raids are notoriously tough, however that modifications considerably whenever you double the variety of guardians taking pictures mobs and standing on magical plates.
“Just keep in mind that we didn’t create these activities expecting a clown car of guardians to roll up,” Shannon cautions. “You may experience some weirdness.”
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You have one other week and alter to hop into a 12-player raid, which you are able to do by organising two fireteams after which having one be a part of the opposite whereas the raid launch timer reads ‘Launching in 0:02.’ Shannon says Bungie plans on rolling out a repair earlier than the Grandmaster Nightfalls begin March 16.