[url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Explore/Detail/News/46596]This week at Bungie, we've got details on the next update to Destiny 2.[/url] • Iron Banner reward structure • Legendary Armor Masterworks • Raid Reward Renewal - Raid perks, reward restructure, Exotic Raid Ghost • Patch Note Preview • Consumable Shaders - Discussion and plans • Upcoming maintenance times for Update 1.1.2 Take a read, and give us your feedback! Cheers, -Dmg [b][Update: 1/26/18] Have some clarification and answers to questions asked overnight:[/b] [quote]1. When applying the Masterwork upgrade to a Legendary, the stat package is rolled randomly. 2. All Raid Masterworks must be earned from raid drops and can’t be obtained from Engrams or vendors in the Tower. 3. Equipping a Raid Armor Mod will fully replace any mod that is currently equipped to the armor piece. While Raid Mods can be equipped at any time using a Raid Token, alternate mod consumables are lost in this process.[/quote]
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This is from a user on Reddit in regards to open dialogue between the Destiny community and the developers for the Destiny game. "This just makes me wish there was a genuinely open and evenly-constituted forum where players and Devs could chat without either side getting annoyed with the other and speaking truthfully about what's going on. For the community's part, they get that here. If someone genuinely believes something, they post it, and the 'community ethics', such as they are, behove them to adequately substantiate it with proof. What is absent are the genuine responses from the Devs. We occasionally get a tweet from Deej or Cozmo, but that is in a vacuum, not as part of a dialogue with shared input and supported continued communication. I can't help thinking that if there was such a place where Bungie and the community could talk equally and rationally without having to use PR-speak (that's you, Bungie) or flaming salt diatribes (that's you, Community) we could get to the bottom of most of these issues. Yes, it would require Bungie to admit sometimes that they know there is a problem but they don't have the resources, or the will or the interest to change them as they don't make the game unplayable. Yes, it would sometimes require the community to filter out the more extreme and unrepresentative views about the wider aspcets of the game from that discusion group, but, like any democractic representation, anyone would have the chance to input, and it would be a matter of the degree of public backing as to whether any particular issue was pushed forward or not. Of course, it won't stop us being annoyed sometimes at Bungie's response, but it would give a discussion place for us to find out exactly what "working as intended" really means, and why they have organized the game in this way."
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