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The Destiny 2 Leak Indicates a Major Season of the Deep Redesign Coming Soon

The Destiny 2 Leak Indicates a Major Season of the Deep Redesign Coming Soon

The upcoming Destiny 2 Season of the Deep will feature some significant changes to the game and its systems, according to leaks.

According to recent leaks about the upcoming "Season of the Deep," which is anticipated to release sometime towards the end of May this year as the second season for the Lightfall expansion, Destiny 2 players can expect some unexpected changes. The upcoming season has been the subject of much rumor and speculation, with one leaker suggesting that Destiny 2 will once again feature Titan, the Saturnian moon that was long removed from the game.

Destiny 2 servers have been down for planned maintenance and hotfixes at least once since Lightfall was released at the end of February this year, suggesting that Bungie has had its hands full since the release of the most recent expansion. With varying degrees of success, additional adjustments and hotfixes have been made with the aim of eradicating bothersome bugs and enhancing the game's balance.

Players can anticipate a significant overhaul to the Destiny 2 Power system, according to Freezing Dart of the Destiny News Network. The leaker went on to explain how the new system would operate while expressing uncertainty about whether this change would be included in Season of the Deep. Power won't be character-based; instead, it will be account-based and shared among the player's fireteam, with each member receiving the highest level. Players will no longer have a gear score and instead be required to complete weekly or seasonal challenges in order to gain power, which will also allow them to use sunsetted gear.One of the tag lines for the upcoming overhaul, according to Freezing Dart, is "Use all your gear, all the time," implying that Destiny 2 players will no longer be required to retire their gear on a regular basis.

It will be interesting to see how the larger community reacts if these ominous upcoming changes occur. Responses to BungieLeaks' tweet about these apparent changes range from outright skepticism about sunset weapons to cautious optimism about the possibility of long-forgotten equipment resurfacing. The thread continues with some information about rumored Destiny 2 exotic reworks for Season 21 and beyond. Only time will tell if these changes occur.

In the meantime, it appears that Bungie is working hard to address some balance issues in Destiny 2, as players have pointed out that only SMG class weapons are viable in endgame scenarios. It's possible that a complete overhaul of the power system is required to achieve the much-needed balance across primary weapon classes, lending credence to Freezing Dart's leaks. For the time being, fans should take this information with a grain of salt.

Destiny 2 is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Marc Keever

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