Bungie is making major Destiny 2 armor mods
Destiny 2 developer Bungie has announced a big change to the game’s selection of armor mods, which – as you’d expect – let you modify your character’s abilities.
As of now, all “standard” armor mods are unlocked for all players – a move Bungie says is designed to “give everyone a chance to enjoy all mods in their current state” ahead of the upcoming Lightfall expansion, the “big changes” will include ” to BuildCrafting.
It’s an interesting move that allows players much more freedom to experiment with armor mods to find the setup that best suits their playstyle – without having to rely on the random chances that certain mods will be released via the in-game -Shop of Ada-1 for sale.
Also interesting? This mention of more changes to buildcrafting in Lightfall – as well as the conclusion that mods themselves could change, based on the suggestion that this week’s bulk mod unlock is designed to give players a taste of their “current” state.
As a preview of things to come in Lightfall, we’ve got some exciting updates coming soon.
Tomorrow all standard armor mods will be unlocked for everyone! With the big changes to buildcrafting in Lightfall, we want everyone to be able to enjoy all mods in their current state.
– Destiny 2 (@DestinyTheGame) January 10, 2023
It feels like Bungie is giving players more flexibility to try and tweak their character builds now, as a gateway to more fundamental changes in the future. Time will tell as Lightfall’s February 28 release date nears.
Lightfall will take Destiny fans to Neptune in a cyberpunk expansion that serves as the penultimate act in Destiny’s long-running storyline involving The Darkness (not Lowestoft’s band). Destiny 2’s conclusion is expected to arrive in 2024 via an expansion titled The Final Shape.
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