Destiny 2 Guided Games Beta Now Live, Hotfix Deployed For MIDA Mini-Tool Glitch
Seeker standing presently restricted to pick out gamers through tickets.
Server upkeep concluded earlier immediately for Bungie’s Destiny 2 with the developer deploying a brand new hotfix for varied points. It additionally introduced the beta for Guided Games, which comes simply in time for the weekly reset and a brand new Nightfall.
Right now, Guided Games is just for the Nightfall and a choose group of gamers will have the ability to check it. You’ll first want a Nightfall Ticket as a Seeker. From there, navigate to an icon that’s to the underside proper of the Nightfall from the Director and you’ll choose whether or not to be a Seeker or a Guide (which consists of clan members who will help somebody in a Strike).
Lastly, have 45 minutes readily available and mic attached as a result of voice chat is required. Bungie took to Twitter to make clear that the Tickets can be found solely to pick out Seekers. Anyone can queue to be a Guide although.
As for the hotfix, it fixes a difficulty that triggered gamers to not obtain the MIDA Mini-Tool if their weapon stock was full. If yours wasn’t obtained, simply head to Devrim Kay within the European Dead Zone to choose it up. Check out the total patch notes beneath.
Destiny 2 1.zero.2.1 Hot Fix Patch Notes
- Fixed a difficulty that triggered Clan Rosters to not be displayed in sport
- Fixed a difficulty that triggered gamers to not obtain MIDA Mini-Tool after they have a full weapon stock
- Players can receive their lacking MIDA Mini-Tool from Devrim Kay
- Fixed a uncommon reminiscence leak that may lead to a crash
During the Guided Game Beta, solely a subset of gamers obtained Guided Game tickets on the Postmaster that are wanted to queue as a Seeker. https://t.co/AN7U2un3Qb
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) September 12, 2017