Bungie are currently embarking on a new chapter with their community, following the release of the highly anticipated Destiny 2. So the latest entry into ‘This week at Bungie’ is definitely worth looking into.
For starters, the road to legend has begun, as players are encourage to mark their calendars and rally their Fireteams ready for Wednesday, where the first Raiding party will get underway. Following on from this, in October there will be new challenges arriving, including Iron Banner and other methods of testing players’ prestige within the raid. More details on this are to be revealed in the very near future.
Perhaps the highlight of the blog revolved around details of character customization. When new methods of customization are introduced, then players set out to build their ideal guardian. With Destiny 2, there are more options than ever for players to add color and other cosmetics to their guardians, their ship, weapons and armor pieces.
Which leads us onto the recent controversy over shaders being single-use only. The backlash has been acknowledged by Bungie, and have now confirmed that shaders are earned through gameplay, and will drop more frequently once reaching level 20. They will be an ongoing reward going forward, with the hope that more options of customization will inspire the best gameplay possible.