Destiny 2 Nightfall Strike Replaced Within Days of Its Release
Destiny 2 Nightfall Strike released only a couple of days ago but since day one it had some issues. Many players have noticed that Destiny 2 Nightfall strike is a bit too hard and specifically, the Prism modifier is broken and developer Bungie has admitted it.
In an official Bungie forum post, the developer revealed that the Prism modifier “is not persisting on screen as is intended”. The Prism was supposed to rotate through each of the three elements and the chosen element does additional damage while the others will do less than usual. However, the modifier is bugged which made the new Destiny 2 Nightfall Strike very difficult to complete.
Bungie has now released a statement confirming that they have replaced the Nightfall Strike completely instead of fixing it.
To mitigate issues encountered by players in the Exodus Crash Nightfall strike, this week's Nightfall has been changed to Pyramidion.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) October 18, 2017
Bungie kicked out Exodus Crash and brought Prestige Nightfall Strike for this week. With Prestige Nightfall Strike for this week, we are getting the Torrent modifier. Game Director Luke Smith revealed through his Twitter post that players will be required to have light level between 260 and 280 for the raid which is actually low as many players have already reached level 300 in the game.
On a related subject, Destiny 2 is releasing on PC in a few days. Preload is available now so Guardians can head over to Blizzard.Net in order to down the game.
Destiny 2 PC supports 4K resolution and comes with a number of graphics options. It is built from the ground up for PC. For more on Destiny 2, stay tuned!