Bungie has detailed a few of the adjustments which are coming to Future 2.
In its weekly weblog publish, or TWAB, the corporate defined a few of the weapon stability adjustments gamers can anticipate, which incorporates buffing a few of the sport’s under-utilised weapon archetypes.
For instance, light-weight bows will get quicker draw instances in addition to an elevated “excellent draw” window to make issues a bit simpler for gamers.
In the meantime, scout rifles will now give 10 % extra harm in opposition to crimson bar PvE enemies than earlier than.
The crew has additionally added anti-champion performance to a number of weapons.
Bungie defined that is to offer “extra choices for every Champion kind, break up throughout weapon slot and ammo kind”. This might be one thing the Future 2 crew can even be trying to do extra of sooner or later.
As for the sport’s Lord of Wolves, one thing Bungie admits has “lengthy been a thorn within the facet of PvP gamers”, nicely it is getting nerfed once more.
It’ll now have much less ammo to start out in PvP, going from 15 all the way down to 10. It’ll even have a decreased burst dimension, a decreased burst delay and a decreased base harm.
In the meantime, relating to armour, the crew is decreasing the “effectiveness of injury resistance utilized by Omnioculus and Whisper of Chains in PvP”. Bungie notes that the PvE harm resistance will stay unchanged.
Bungie goes on to handle a number of adjustments that it will likely be trying to make to Future 2 in both season 18’s mid season replace, and even in season 19.
These embody issues corresponding to fixing Glaive hit detection and decreasing shotgun unfold randomness, amongst others.
Full notes from Bungie may be discovered here.
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