On the last weekly blog before it launches Destiny 2: In addition to lightBungie revealed details on how players will pick up older Exotics after several planets enter the Destiny Content Vault on Tuesday. The studio also previewed some upcoming patch notes, as well as the new Tower terminal to take on old tasks.
Monument to Lost Lights Exotic Archive is a new station in the Tower, comfortably located between the existing Vault stations. Here, players can purchase Exotics whose mission is to leave the game on November 10. Exotics like Anarchy and Tarrabah are currently out of two raids leaving the game and Exotics like Rat King are mostly coming from Planets like Titan ̵1; also leave the game with In addition to light. With these missions gone, the Monument to Lost Lights Exotic Archive will be how players can fill their arsenal with those weapons.
While Bungie did not show a UI for this terminal, the studio described how players would purchase some of the Exotics that weren’t available. The price will vary depending on the difficulty or duration of the quest. Players will combine Glimmer, target materials, Exotic Cipher and Master-Making materials or Super Shard to purchase Exotics. For Exotics that previously came from raids, players will need a special Booty material – earned by completing raids still in the game.
For players who don’t want to use their hard-earned Ascendant Shards for the missing Exotics, Xur will be on a weekly quest when he shows up on Fridays, promising a new Exotic Cipher.
The tower will also see a Mission Store terminal. When a player removes an unfinished quest from their inventory, the quest is placed in the Quest Store. Existing players who want to experience the New Player experience – are getting an overhaul too In addition to light – the quest can be obtained from the Mission Store.
Bungie also revealed some interesting patch notes ahead of November 10 patch. Players can customize the look of their UI a bit more in terms of color and character creation menu will change. its language a bit – from Male and Female to Male and Feminine.
There are also some minor tweaks and bug fixes that could play a role in a player’s game loading. The studio will reveal the full patch notes on November 10.