Destiny Hot Fix Brings A Wealth of Updates

By Mark Delaney, 2 years ago
Dubbing it "The one about Husk of the Pit and Nepal rewards", Bungie has shared news of a Destiny hot fix that's going live today featuring several gameplay tweaks and improvements. For those players still grinding in search of the best rewards the universe has to offer, this list of fixes hopes to act as a routine check-up on the game's many facets. Here's the full list, straight from the studio:
Fixed an issue where “Packing Heat” achievement/trophy could not be unlocked by newly acquired Exotic weapons
Fixed an issue where Husk of the Pit drops were disabled
Drop rates for the Husk of the Pit from Blades of Crota have been increased by 150%

Updated the House of Wolves Control playlist to include the following maps with a lower weight in the rotation:
Rusted Lands
Shores of Time
Updated the House of Wolves Clash playlist to include the following maps with a lower weight in the rotation:
Firebase Delphi
Twilight Gap
Blind Watch
Inferno and Doubles playlists now have different tuning values for ammo crates
Special Ammo initial spawn time and respawn intervals have been changed to 180 seconds
Max of three Special Ammo crates will now be placed at one time
Heavy Ammo crates now spawn only once per match at 300 seconds

Tess Everis is temporarily leaving the Tower
A Kiosk terminal can be found near Eva Levante in North Tower that contains Tess' old inventory of special order items
The Nepal Aid shader and emblem have been added to the game
Redemption codes will soon be sent to the email used to place orders in the Bungie Store
These items will be found at the kiosk mentioned above

Fixed a potential crash when closing the vendor screen
Fixed a very rare case where an account could blocked by a WEASEL error on sign on
Fixed issues with suspend/resume handling on Xbox One
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Mark Delaney
Written by Mark Delaney
Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. He's the Editorial Manager on TA, loves story-first games, and is one of three voices on the TA Playlist podcast. Outside of games he likes biking, sci-fi, the NFL, and spending time with his fiancée and son. He almost never writes in the third person.