Bungie Weekly Update for Destiny Coming on January 29th

"Potential for future changes to Crucible" to be discussed.

Posted By | On 29th, Jan. 2016

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Bungie has been busy informing its Destiny players of changes to the matchmaking in Crucible’s Iron Banner but in the midst of all this communication, there seems to be a lack of Weekly Updates.

Community manager Cozmo clarified this at the end of the newest matchmaking update by stating that, “Tomorrow, check back for more commentary on the potential for future changes to the Crucible in the Bungie Weekly Update (published one day late to get out of the way of progress).”

Set your clocks accordingly. The update will see more information on Crucible changes along with some notes on just what the heck Crimson Doubles, the newest PvP mode coming in Crimson Days, actually is. Regardless, today should be an interesting day so stay tuned.

What are your thoughts on the current round of updates from Bungie though? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more information.


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