Destiny 2’s Known Issues List Updated to Include Clan XP Bug and More
Destiny 2 is going into its third week on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and with it have come various new events and features for players to explore. With so much going on, it’s not hard to imagine that the team wouldn’t have some bugs to work out. Destiny 2’s known issues list is the place where Bungie updates all the errors and glitches that they’re aware of and are actively looking into. As seen in the latest weekly blog post, this list has been updated with some of the issues seen in features which were implemented last week such as issues with clans, the Raid, and more.
One of the biggest errors from this week was that the Trials of the Nine was disabled early, something which Destiny expects will be fixed for this weekends Trials. If all goes according to the plan, the competitive game mode will run each Friday from 10 AM PDT to Tuesday at 2 AM PDT.
Another major problem was that Clan engrams are not being awarded for some qualifying players. Players participating in Public Events are seeing that Clan XP is not being granted upon completion, leading to slower progression in Clan leveling. In a game where gaining loot is vital for progress, this could definitely hamper a player’s growth through the game. Another source of reward loss comes from the raid where some players are finding that they lose raid keys they hold after creating a new alternate character. This differs from the keys being reset each week, which is an intended part of the game.
The last of the major problems added to Destiny 2’s known issues list is that players are reporting errors when attempting to purchase silver from Eververse Trading Co such as “Query Error” or “Silver Sync Pending”. This problem deals with player’s real money, which is something Bungie aims to fix quickly.
With any luck, the developers will resolve these issues soon. Destiny 2 will be seeing some new content dealing with the Factions of the previous game, be sure to check them out for more loot. Bungie’s latest space shooter is available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with a release on PC coming October 24th. Let us know your thoughts on Destiny 2’s known issues, and issues they may not have added yet in the comments section below. As always,don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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