Bungie has released a hotfix 126.96.36.199 for Destiny 2, which is light but fixes some important issues. Those who couldn’t acquire the Scallywag Seal for the Season of Plunder should now be able to do so. It no longer requires the Semaphore Signals Triumph.
The Semaphore Signals Triumph still contributes to your overall Triumph score, so there’s reason enough to go for it. It also provides some new narrative radio content via the Sails of the Shipstealer Quest. However, it’s advised not to progress this quest on multiple different characters to unlock the radio content efficiently.
Another nice change is that the appropriate dialogue will play in Ketchcrash and Expedition based on one’s progress through the seasonal narrative. The Season of Plunder ends on December 6th, so it’s best to catch up on things before then. Season 19 starts on the same day and removes old destination materials and currencies. A new Dungeon will also go live on December 9th.
Destiny 2 Hotfix 188.8.131.52
- Fixed an issue where players were not able to acquire Scallywag Seal due to being blocked by the Semaphore Signals Triumph. The Semaphore Signals Triumph is no longer needed for Scallywag Seal.
- Players can still unlock the Semaphore Signals Triumph for Triumph score and hear that sweet, sweet narrative radio content by proceeding on their Sails of the Shipstealer quest.
- If players have a character that has finished the quest but are blocked by this issue, they must progress on characters that have not yet finished the quest.
- For maximum efficiency in unlocking radio content, we don’t advise progressing on this quest on multiple characters.
Beware: only one radio entry can be played per-visit to Eliksni Quarter. If players have made significant progress through the Sails of the Shipstealer quest such that they have multiple radio entries available, they will need to go to orbit and return to Eliksni Quarter between each radio usage.
- Dialogs in Ketchcrash and Expedition will now respect a character’s progress through the Seasonal narrative and play contextually appropriate lines.