Destiny 2 Hotfix 18.104.22.168 – Here is What the New Update Brings
The latest Destiny 2 hotfix removes dozens of annoying bugs.
Recently, Bungie launched the Destiny 2 hotfix 22.214.171.124 which has targeted to fix some of the game’s most notable bugs in various parts that you might’ve faced during your playthrough once or more. Below, you can check out all the patch notes for the new update:
Destiny 2 Hotfix 126.96.36.199
Fixed an issue where Umbral Engrams could spawn under the ground when the engram inventory is full.
Fixed an issue where generators could not be destroyed when fireteam members or combatants were within close proximity.
Fixed an issue where players were respawning in the Land Tank after disconnects and becoming trapped.
Fixed an issue where players could not access Fallen S.A.B.E.R. in the Strikes Playlist or Direct Launch Node.
Fixed formatting of Seasonal Rank strings where text was overlapping.
Fixed and issue where players could temporarily soft-lock the game and exit vender performances in the H.E.L.M.
Changed XP reward icon on the Quest Details screen to match XP icon used throughout the rest of the game.
Gameplay and Investment
Fixed an issue where Lucent Night ornaments disappeared from the armor’s universal ornament section after unequipping.
Icon for Anarchy’s Uniocracy ornament now more accurately reflects the ornament’s actual appearance.
Fixed an issue where the Thalia’s Reach ornament for Liar’s Handshake disappeared when unequipping it.
Fixed an issue where The Fourteenth Anamnesis ornament showed that it could be applied to Khepri’s Sting instead of the Helm of Saint-14.
Fixed an issue where Mantle of Remembrance ornament indicated it was for Aeon Swift instead of Shinobu’s Vow.
Fixed an issue where the Caduceus Warlock ornament showed that it could be applied to Aeon Soul instead of Ophidian Aspect.
Fixed an issue where the Bump and Run sparrow was missing like… most of it.
Fixed an issue where players were receiving more Bright Engrams than intended after reaching Season Pass rank 100.
Fixed an issue where Core Ritual (Gambit, Crucible, and Vanguard) Weekly Bounty Challenge would sometimes not reward Bright Dust.
Any players affected by this will receive all missing Bright Dust in the future. An in-game message will confirm when your Bright Dust has been delivered
Fixed an issue where the War Weary shader was not appearing in Collections.
Fixed an where the Salvagers Salvo Seasonal Grenade Launcher could not be reclaimed from Collections.
Fixed an issue where the Contender’s Banner and The Next Chapter emblems were displaying the same art.
Fixed an issue where players could retrieve the Season of the Chosen ritual emblems from Collections without completing the steps to earn them.
Fixed an issue where some mods were removed if their artifact version was equipped during the Season change.
Fixed an issue where Whisper of Chains was not properly granting damage reduction when near frozen enemies.
Bounties, Pursuits, Challenges
Fixed an issue where players could continue to earn additional Hawkmoons if they didn’t pick up the quest and join others.
Fixed an issue where a Proving Rune’s description from the War Table is different than the actual Rune you get.
Reduced the number of wins required for the Legendary Glory Triumph from 50 to 5 to be aligned with the same requirement from Season of the Hunt.
Fixed an issue where some Weekly Challenge engrams were dropping at a higher Power than intended.
Fixed an issue where players were unable to reset their Valor after 4 resets.
Fixed an issue where players were unable to reset their Infamy after 1 reset.
Fixed an issue where players were incorrectly earning Powerful rewards after 3 Valor resets.
Fixed an issue where audio was out of sync with the Season of the Chosen opening cinematic.
Fixed an issue where several vendor tooltips were incorrect.
Fixed a Season of the Chosen purchase information screen which had an incorrect translation in Brazilian Portuguese.
Since the time that Bungie parted ways from Activision and turned Destiny 2 into a free-to-play game on all platforms, the game welcomed a huge number of players for the first time, which was a good sign for the developers to continue supporting the game with much more content and a precise roadmap. The result, as you may already know, is a long-lasting program for supporting the game which, at least, will be continued until 2023.
Destiny 2 is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.