Destiny 2 obtained a customary PvP patch this week, sizzling on the heels of the launch of the Beyond Light enlargement. What’s completely different this time, nonetheless, was the velocity relative to the measurement of the replace for the FPS game, one thing made potential by the Destiny Content Vault.

Discussing the patch on Twitter, Destiny VP Mark Noseworthy says having the vault means the workforce at Bungie can reply to essential modifications faster than earlier than. “Faster response times brought to you in part by the Destiny Content Vault,” he tweeted, including in brackets: “And a passionate team of people working really hard from home during a pandemic.”

The Destiny Content Vault is a technique of storing away old, lesser-used planets and pieces of gameplay, to make room for brand new places. This is to maintain the house sport’s rollouts extra manageable, and maintain the filesize down so gamers don’t discover themselves in a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare situation. Noseworthy’s tweet confirms that gamers and devs alike are already reaping the advantages of the total sport being streamlined in the wake of Beyond Light.

The PvP replace in query principally handled nerfing Stasis, the new darkish elemental subclasses. Exploits have been mounted, injury has been lowered, and velocity, vary, period, and price of assorted makes use of have been minimize down. You can read more about the patch here.

Our Richard Scott-Jones is having fun with his time in Destiny 2: Beyond Light up to now, writing that “Beyond Light is a big step forward for Destiny” in his review-in-progress. It definitely proved successful gross sales smart, taking on at least three spots on the Steam top-sellers record final week. We’ve guides on all Destiny 2 exotics, and all Destiny 2 weapons, should you’re contemplating a visit to Europa.