Destiny 2’s subclasses are about to begin altering a complete lot extra typically. During the 2021 Destiny 2 Showcase on Tuesday, Bungie introduced that one Light subclass will get a Stasis-style rework every season during Destiny 2 Year 5.

Destiny 2’s courses every have three Light subclasses: Void, Solar, and Arc. According to Bungie, it will change a brand new subclass every season all through Year 5. These adjustments will begin with Void subclasses with the discharge of the sport’s The Witch Queen growth.

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Destiny’s previous subclasses will comply with the Stasis mannequin first added in Beyond Light
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Bungie didn’t go into element concerning the adjustments, nevertheless it did say that the adjustments would contain new Aspects and Fragments. Aspects will replace the subclasses themselves, altering talents and altering how they play. Meanwhile, Fragments aren’t tied to a selected class however nonetheless provide numerous bonuses that may replace the best way you play your chosen class or subclass. For gamers acquainted with the Stasis system from Beyond Light, Bungie stated the Light subclasses will comply with an analogous construction.

This new schedule of normal updates is a change from how Bungie has approached subclasses previously. Previously, subclasses would principally simply change with the discharge of recent expansions; the entire subclasses would get updated directly, however not all the time with main adjustments. Now, Bungie is totally transforming their subclasses to suit a extra modular mildew.

Destiny 2’s earlier inventive director, Luke Smith, spoke to Polygon about finally updating Light subclasses final 12 months. In that interview, he talked about doubtlessly eradicating sure results from how the present Light subclasses work. Bungie hasn’t revealed if Supers like Nova Bomb or Well of Radiance will go away as soon as these reworks hit.

All of those new adjustments will start with the discharge of Destiny 2’s subsequent growth The Witch Queen, which is about to be launched on Feb. 22, 2022. In the meantime, gamers can soar into Destiny 2’s new Season of the Lost replace beginning on Tuesday.