Destiny 2 is off to a flying start, with around 1.3m concurrent players in its first week as well as being 2017’s biggest launch to date.
And Bungie are clearly ready to capitalize on the momentum with regular updates and additional content.
The first major update — 220.127.116.11 — is expected to release next week according to the studio’s weekly blog post and will address ‘some known issues’.
Among them is the removal of harmful imagery from some armor within Destiny 2.
This imagery has been removed from the shared game world. It will be removed from inspections and icons in a HotFix planned for next week. https://t.co/Mom6ZGiSMa
— Bungie (@Bungie) September 12, 2017
Full patch notes will be published on the updates section of Bungie.net. At this time, it’s unclear what else the patch will set out to adjust, though their recent update does indicate some big changes coming to matchmaking.
Bungie already released the first major raid for Destiny 2 and it was quashed within 5 hours by members of the community. However, Bungie are working hard to make sure there’s plenty of content to keep everyone entertained.
More as we get it.