Bungie promises to rebalance Destiny 2's loot boxes, raids

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According to Game Director Christopher Barrett, Crimson Days will return on February 13 and will feature some of the long term loot changes Bungie has planned for Destiny 2. There will be updates in the Eververse model.

The update was closed out by game director Chris Barrett, who promised that Bungie would maintain more of this dialogue in the future. The developer plans to offer more control over items they can purchase available through Eververse, in addition to offering Eververse-exclusive items as rewards for other in-game activities. We will be evaluating how Mods play into the Bright Engram economy as a result, because we're sensitive to pay-to-win outcomes. That is in light of controversy over the amount of experience gained.

Major updates and changes coming to systems and mechanics across the game. The developers have been trying to make good with the community through updates and promises of more transparency.

Game director Christopher Barrett detailed a very specific road map of upcoming features in the blog post, which also highlighted a number of points that touched upon several annoyances that numerous hardcore players had.

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For Spring 2018, the next Destiny 2 expansion is expected to arrive. The statement also talks about community-related features that will be part of Destiny 2 after the update. Bungie also has big plans to change the Crucible, including the introduction of a 6v6 playlist for everyone fed up with the transition to 4v4 matches.

You will finally be able to see the other members of your fireteam on the destination map.

Barrett begins the discussion by distinguishing between expansions and seasons.

Valor - A progression rank that goes up as you complete matches. Bright Engrams are Destiny 2's version of loot crates which can be purchased with real money.

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Destiny 2, the game that learned nothing from the failures and misgivings of its predecessor. Mayhem - a mode in which abilities recharged faster, and one of the few bright spots of the Dawning - will return as a limited-time event on a regular basis.

Specific vendors will now display a Seasonal ranking. Seasonal rewards from these activities will also be available to everyone.

Improved Iron Banner and Faction Rallies: In addition to the changes that you will see when Iron Banner and Faction Rallies return this month, we will continue iterating on these to make them unique, exciting experiences that you all look forward to.

Multi-emotes, extra vault space, and lots of other features that fans asked for. What's more, you'll receive both a Crimson Engram and Illuminated Engram upon levelling up during the event.

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There are even some plans that stretch out to autumn 2018, though these are vague bullet points for the time being and only represent a "small sample" of items Bungie is hoping to add in the future.

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