Bungie typically delivers a patch with each Destiny 2 season that sees the expansion of new substance, yet updates for the game's sandbox. With the Witch Queen extension close to the corner, Bungie is starting to hint more at what's coming next month.
With each Destiny 2 substance discharge, Bungie gives players both a blend of new and returning weapons and shield. For next season, Bungie has all the earmarks of being bringing back the Halfdan-D auto rifle as well as balancing two extraordinary weapons: the Dead Man's Tale scout rifle and Lorentz Driver linear combination rifle.
DMG, one of Bungie's people group supervisors, answered to certain tweets asking the studio to bring back certain weapons or to make changes to the Destiny 2 sandbox. Twitter client Gleaux tweeted about wanting to see the Halfdan-D auto rifle return, to which DMG answered underneath with a thinking-face emoticon. In one more tweet by client GamerGirlGrey asking for nerfs to Dead Man's Tale and the Lorentz Driver, DMG made a similar accurate reaction. While players realize that Destiny 2 will see a sandbox patch when the Witch Queen development discharges, Bungie presently can't seem to give precise details about its substance.
Halfdan-D is an auto rifle that was a piece of the original weapon set from Destiny 2's launch back in 2017. This auto rifle didn't have random rolls, yet when Forsaken launched, Bungie repeated Halfdan-D with a pool of new advantages before sunsetting the weapon in 2020. Dead Man's Tale and Lorentz Driver, in spite of previously receiving nerfs, are still extremely dominant in the Crucible, generally due to their usability. Bungie has needed to nerf weapon handling before, for example, with Destiny 2's popular Vex Mythoclast, so Bungie may roll out similar improvements for these weapons - however nothing is affirmed.
The arrival of Halfdan-D might energize players, while the prospect of nerfing Dead Man's Tale and Lorentz Driver may disappoint others, particularly on the grounds that they effectively satisfy the space cattle rustler dream a few players have. Nonetheless, a potential nerf to both of these exotics might be essential.
Both Dead Man's Tale and Lorentz Driver are incredible PVP decisions for dishing out gigantic harm over long ranges, and tuning down these firearms can open up loadout choices instead of locking players into one play-style. Regardless of whether Bungie nerf them, these two exotics will lose their sources come Witch Queen, so players who don't claim either weapon will need to get them now.