Not every exotic weapon in Destiny 2 is equal, but they’re built to satiate all kinds of specific digital bloodlust. They’re also getting a fine-tuning, as Bungie detailed how the arsenal of top-tier guns would be changed in the weeks to come.
The actual rewards for Crimson Days, even though they are cosmetic in nature, actually operate on a cool system of grinding. Grinding which primarily removes the greatest annoyance from the process: Receiving duplicates.
With enough guns available to be confused for America’s lax laws on firearm ownership, you’d think that Destiny 2’s Crucible would be one component of developer Bungie’s sandbox that would draw little complaint from fans. You’d also be wrong, more wrong than you’d ever been on the wrongest day of your life when the only directions that you could turn in were left and wrong.
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