The authentic Destiny raid, Vault of Glass, is about to make its grand entrance into Destiny 2. On Saturday, Destiny 2 followers will compete in a new world first race for the new model of Vault of Glass. This contains an altered model of the World First Contest mode, the place Bungie boosts up the raid issue for the primary 24 hours. But whereas Contest is on, everybody’s new favourite Hunter Exotic gained’t be out there. Bungie is disabling the Star-Eater Scales for 24 hours.
The Star-Eater Scales Hunter Exotic pants are extraordinarily highly effective. Added in Season of the Splicer, the new pants trigger Hunters to acquire extra Super power after they choose up an Orb of Power. Even higher, choosing up further Orbs empowers the Hunter’s Super, making it even stronger.
Over the previous week, Destiny followers have been testing these pants out, and found simply how highly effective they’re. The Star-Eater Scales trigger Hunter’s Golden Gun to deal much more injury than the notorious Celestial Nighthawk helmet, destroying raid bosses. It additionally offers Hunters a injury increase after utilizing Tether. It’s nice for nearly each Hunter Super, and it helps gamers construct Super power quicker. This is likely one of the strongest new Exotics we’ve seen for a number of seasons. So robust that Bungie gained’t let gamers use them in Contest mode.
In its weekly blog, Bungie introduced that Star-Eater Scales are just a little too highly effective, giving Hunters an excessive amount of of a injury benefit. The Star-Eater Scales will solely be unavailable for 24 hours, so this doesn’t seem to be a bug. Instead, Bungie simply desires to preserve the sanctity of the race.
Players gained’t have the option to equip these pants through the 24 hour window, so Guardians will want to put on one thing else throughout their Vault of Glass run. With this announcement coming lower than 48 hours earlier than the raid race, it probably put a dent in lots of participant’s pre-set methods.
But typically pants are too robust, and so they gotta go.