Destiny 2 Hotfix 2.2.1.1 Re-Enables Pinnacle Weapon Collection

The Exotic trace rifle Wavesplitter will also be disabled for Xbox One and PC players until September.

Posted By | On 12th, Apr. 2019 Under News


Destiny 2 Season of the Drifter

Bungie’s Destiny 2 saw the launch of Arc Week a few days ago and is now prepping for its next seasonal event, The Revelry. Before that, the developer dropped a hotfix to take care of a few annoying bugs that cropped up in the last update. This includes the Exotic trace rifle Wavesplitter, currently exclusive to PS4 players, being available to Xbox One and PC players through Xur.

The issue has been fixed though, and while Wavesplitter will still be available in your inventory (if you picked it up), you can only equip it in September 2019. An exploit that caused players to amass tons of Enhancement Cores through Pinnacle Weapons, which led to the latter being disabled, has also been addressed. You can now acquire the Pinnacle Weapons at your convenience from the respective vendors.

Check out all the changes in hotfix 2.2.1.1 below. The Revelry will begin on April 16th and sees players traveling to the Verdant Forest to battle bosses and earn new armour. There will also be a  special Reveler’s Tonic that can decrease the cooldown of grenades, melee, and class abilities across various modes, including PvP.

  • Fixed an issue where Wavesplitter was being rewarded from Xûr on unintended platforms
  • The weapon will persist in inventory and become available to equip in September 2019
  • Fixed an issue where players could reacquire pinnacle weapons from vendors at no cost
  • Pinnacle weapons may once again be acquired from vendors after their respective quests are completed
  • Fixed an issue where players could have the Sentry perk “Umbral Strike” even when not having the proper amount of Sentry armor equipped
  • Sentry Armor will now grant the appropriate perks in Gambit Prime
  • Additionally, we are looking intro Arcstrider Supers and their ability to achieve higher-than-intended damage against bosses when mixing certain perks. Until fixed, you may notice bosses in Gambit or other activities being pummeled into the ground by Hunters and their Arc Staffs. We’ll keep you updated on the status of our investigation.

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