In Bungie’s first blog post of the year, the studio went back a bit Fate 2weapons and armor sunset from the end of last year. From February, players can earn old armor and weapons in both Dreaming City and Moon.
Starting in season 13 – which will start on February 9, according to the countdown clock in the game – eight weapons and two sets of armor will return from kl. Abandoned and Shadowkeep. Players who already own these weapons or pieces of armor must re-earn them in their unlimited forms.
- Waking Vigil, Sleepless, Vouchsafe, and Retold Tale from the Dreaming City
- Heretics, blasphemers and apostasy from the moon
- Premonition will also be on the moon, but exclusive to the Pit of Heresy dungeon
- Dreambane armor from Dreaming City
According to Bungie’s blog post, it sounds as if players can get rolls of these weapons that have never been seen from their respective dungeons – Shattered Throne in the Dreaming City and Pit of Heresy on the Moon. The armor pieces will also fall with very high statistics from the dungeons.
Bungie ended this section of his blog post by saying that not all weapons from older destinations like these will return to the loot pool. But with these reissues, players should have more reasons to spend time on the Moon or in Dreaming City. This announcement comes after some major frustrations rumbling through the Destiny community after-Beyond light.
When Destiny 2: Beyond Light Launched in November last year, Bungie implemented the infusion system. Players could no longer infect weapons that were more than a year old. Infusion is a process that involves feeding a powerful weapon to a low-powered weapon, which causes the low-powered weapon to gain strength. For activities that require high levels of power such as raid Trials of Osiris, or Nightfalls, these older weapons became virtually useless.
Almost all the weapons from Abandoned and Shadowkeep expansions saw an infusion cap in November, despite the fact that both expansions were still on sale. This caused a point of frustration where new players have no looting measures to play through these expansions, which means they could only use their money to get a handful of exotic missions and no legendary looting.
Fate 2Game director Luke Smith recently told Polygon that the studio is looking at ways to enhance the sunset. While the studio still considers it necessary, it causes some pain points and unexpected behavior in society. Bungie will continue to repeat at sunset throughout the year.