Bungie details the upcoming Destiny updates

In typical Bungie fashion, the developer revealed a set of notable features to be included in future Destiny updates. Community manager, David ‘DeeJ’ Dague said: “Things we’ve been talking about and working on for weeks are about to hit your hard drive. We’re inbound with several bundles of joy in our hold.” These update packages will be deployed in the weeks to come, according to Dague. Destiny continues to be regarded as a great title, but many players feel somewhat disappointed by the game’s lack of content. While the majority of Destiny fans feel that many of the previous and upcoming updates should have been included in the game from the beginning, “better late than never” seems to be their consolation motto. As Activision already revealed that Destiny 2 is in the works, hopefully the sequel will mend most of the things that didn’t work in the first installment. Meanwhile, take a look at what’s in store for the upcoming Destiny updates:

Update features

Here are some things we’ve mentioned:
  • Channels for talking to matchmade teammates, if you so wish
  • Exotic weapons that are stronger and more interesting to upgrade
  • New gear to let you slip into something a little more Legendary
  • That which waits in The Dark Below
Here are some things we’ve kept secret, until now:
  • New shaders for your gear
  • Ways to preview items before you spend your Glimmer
  • Greater chances of “showers” in public spaces
  • Adjustments to some arenas that needed better traffic flow
  • New economies to equip you with upgrade materials
  • Fixes, patches, and other invisible technical evolutions
  • Some other tricks up our sleeve
  • Maybe even a more generous Cryptarch
    • (he’ll still be sort of a bastard)

Dague says there is still a lot more to come. “Those are the broad strokes. More detail is on the way. There will be Dev Notes and Patch Notes and love notes on our forum to explain what we mean, why we’re doing this, how it will all go down, and why we think it’s awesome. For now, we just wanted to let you know we’ve been thinking about you, and working on some game changers we hope you’ll enjoy,” Bungie community manager concluded.