Hey all, Yesterday, we announced the goal of removing time pressure associated with Glory ranks, and that Pinnacle Crucible rewards will be awarded via quests starting in Season 4. Redrix’s Claymore will remain exclusive to Season 3. The Redrix’s Broadsword will be available through a pinnacle weapon questline in Season 4 offered by Lord Shaxx. To set expectations, here are the quest steps that must be completed in order to acquire Redrix’s Broadsword: [quote][b]Step 1:[/b] • In the Crucible. Defeat 200 opponents with Pulse Rifle final blows. [b]Step 2: [/b] • Reach Valor Rank “Heroic” [b]Step 3: [/b] • In the Crucible. Earn 75 Double Plays. [b]Step 4: [/b] • In the Crucible. Defeat 150 opponents with precision final blows from any Pulse Rifle. [b]Step 5: [/b] • In the Crucible, defeat 50 opponents with Arc final blows • In the Crucible, defeat 50 opponents with Solar final blows • In the Crucible, defeat 50 opponents with Void final blows [b]Step 6:[/b] • Complete 25 Crucible matches in Quickplay (Rotators count) • Complete 25 Crucible matches in Competitive • Complete 25 Crucible matches in Rumble [b]Step 7:[/b] • Complete 20 Crucible Bounties [b]Step 8:[/b] • Reset your Valor rank 5 times within a single season [b]Step 9:[/b] • Visit Lord Shaxx and claim your reward.[/quote]
Destiny needs this. One word: commitment. The short explaination is this: There is no commitment to gear (Weapons and Armor). This makes the game unpersonal and shallow. This is the point, everybody wants changes, but every change brings only short term solutions. Nothing really matters because YOU don’t need to commit. All of your gear is to easy to exchange, there are no repercussions. This is missing. Not a new game mode or new weapons. Not a new raid or new milestones. These things only matter when you have a deep game where your decisions and your time investment matters. Any Questions?