The newest Destiny 2’s weekly update is here with some news regarding the previously mentioned Rotator system. The new system is particularly made for raids and dungeons. This system will allow players to be rewarded for going back and completing old raids and dungeons every week–even if they had previously completed it before. The Rotator system will be broken up into Seasonal and Weekly categories so that players can have a crisp, new experience when taking on weekly challenges.
Each Season, the new raid and dungeon will grant Pinnacle rewards for all encounters. Outside of these, there will also be a raid and dungeon rotator, each of these also offering a Pinnacle reward once completed.
First, let's start with talking about Weekly rotations. For this particular inclusion, players will have a chance to revisit all raids and dungeons not listed as the Seasonal rotation. Now, what is the point of fun new challenges without a sweet reward? For the weekly rotation, completing the final encounter in any of the chosen raids or dungeons will award a Pinnacle drop from a Weekly Challenge. If players are in search of an additional challenge, players are more than welcome to select a higher difficulty setting for a more challenging encounter when available.
For players who enjoy the grind of farming, the new rotator system has you covered. All lockouts on encounter rewards for Legendary gear are being removed–this means that all Legendary drops in both raids and dungeons will be 100-percent farmable. This new system will be a part of season 17. If you want to get the full rundown of Destiny 2’s weekly update, you can head over to Bungie’s site and read all the upcoming patch notes, player support report, and even see some fan made art. Also, the end of the update offers the results of a recent poll regarding what sort of armor ornament would be at the ready when Festival of the Lost rolls around later this year.
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