Destiny 2 recently released a new expansion pack, Beyond Light. Some fans enjoy jumping into it, but there are many bugs that affect the experience. A hotfix was issued to fix the light cap exploit, but some weapons had to be disabled, delaying Osiris trials and causing other issues.
However, despite all these issues, Bungie argued that the new assault on the expansion would not be delayed. With the launch of this expansion, five raids have invaded Content Vault, and Bungie is keen to keep the new raids on date.
Bungee’s senior community manager, dmg04, used Twitter to ensure that the raid Deep Stone Crypto stayed with the November 21st release. “At this point, we have no plans to delay the raid,” he says.
There are no plans to postpone the raid at this time.
The team is investigating alternative fixes for the nasty Stasis bug that will prevent harm to the world’s first race.
There will be an update later in the week on what to expect.
— Dmg04 (@ A_dmg04) November 16, 2020
At the moment, the Stasis Super added in the new expansion can kill the boss with one hit. Hopefully this will be fixed, the dmg04 tweet suggests. “There will be an update later in the week on what to expect,” he says.
In a Reddit thread, dmg04 confirmed that Bungie is aware of many of the issues players have faced since the start of the expansion and is paying attention to complaints and criticisms.
If you want to know more about Beyond Light, check out the impressions of early GameSpot reviews. On the Xbox Series X and PS5, the game can run at 120fps.