The official Destiny 2 Twitter account announced that they are making big changes to the game. Build-crafting in Destiny 2 arguably makes and breaks the game at the same time. Have you ever stumbled across an infinite warlock solar melee build that requires a whole host of armor mods that you have yet to obtain?
For some, not having an armor mod can provide motivation to obtain it, however the most important armor mods are locked behind the vendor ADA-1 on a weekly cycle. The new players picking up the game for the first time will have a lot of joy grabbing new mods every single week, however the more accustomed Destiny 2 player might need one mod to complete a build while ADA-1 decides to hold it from them for multiple months.
Some frequently asked questions below the tweet were answered, so if you may be curious about what the tweet actually means by ‘standard Armor Mods’ we've got you covered.
- All Armor Mods aside from those acquired through raids and seasonal artifacts will be unlocked.
As one of the players that have been playing regularly since the launch of Destiny 2. I have been fortunate to acquire all of these mods over time, but all of my friends are missing vital mods that are essential to completing content faster or providing a fun, unique game-play experience.
Below the tweet they also stated that next week they are lowering focusing costs! They stated that focusing costs for all Trials of Osiris, Iron Banner, Crucible, and Gambit weapons and armor will be reduced to 25 Legendary shards. Adept weapon focus cost will also be reduced to 50.
They also announce that Grandmaster Nightfalls arrive on January 17 while also stating ‘In our next update, the Grandmaster Power cap and structure will become more approachable for all players, while remaining some of our most challenging content.’
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