Bungie's weekly update then moved onto a more recent controversy that sent the Destiny player base into a confused frenzy: the patch notes for update 2.1, which arrived on Tuesday.The notes included tweaks to weapon balance — changes that Bungie had announced nearly four weeks prior, on Nov. The weapons section of original patch notes, as published Dec. But apparently, the tweaks mentioned in the notes weren't actually the changes Bungie made in the game. 9, and players began to complain that the new changes appeared to be inconsequential.Ultimately, it paves the way for us to have a much smoother launch.” Player feedback is also a vital part of the beta and the game’s design lead Rob Engeln stated that the beta is actually a version of the game that’s months old and that many issues have already been fixed.The scarcity of power ammo is one such example, with Engeln stating: “In addition to retuning the drop rates, we built a system that guarantees power ammo drops for you and your Fireteam from certain enemies, giving power weapons a more reliable and predictable role in your arsenal,” Engeln said.
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