Destiny Rise of Iron is just over a week away from launch, and Bungie has also released update 2.4.0 to make things ready for the expansion. While the update does a lot of things, but there was one addition to the game that was not documented in the patch notes. One of the Destiny Exotic sidearm for Rise of Iron has been added to the game before the expansion launches.
The exotic weapon in question is Trespasser, which is an exotic sidearm. Well you must be wondering that sidearms have been underutilized in combat as they are not so powerful, that is why Bungie has buffed up all sidearms in their latest patch.
Bungie has also acknowledged that one of the Destiny exotic sidearm has been added to the game through their official Twitter account.
Trespasser dropping early? Yup. Trespasser is dropping early. Have fun, Guardians!
— Bungie (@Bungie) September 9, 2016
Destiny is also available for the legacy consoles, but Bungie is limiting its support for Destiny on these consoles. Trials Of Osiris is no longer available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and players of the legacy consoles who wish to play Trials Of Osiris will now have to upgrade to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Also Trials Of Osiris for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 is on hold until September 30th, 2016.
Destiny players might remember the Sparrow racing that was introduced some time after the release of The Taken King. However, it was taken down a few weeks after it was introduced, and players had fall in love with this diversion. Now it seems that Bungie is bringing back the Sparrow racing and could become a permanent feature.
Destiny is and open world multiplayer shooter developed by Bungie for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the next expansion for the game, Rise Of Iron, is schedule to launch of September 20, 2016.