Bungie gives an update on the latest fixes.
Bungie have been constantly working on issues that players have been coming across in Destiny 2 across all three systems. Every week we bring you new reports on issues that have been recently fixed, and we have two more to talk about today. Bungie’s official Twitter support page recently gave a few similar updates on issues that has been fixed in both the PC and Xbox One versions of the game.
Bungie has written a post, advising those playing Destiny 2 on the PC on how to deal with encountering crashes at The Third Spire. Apparently, if you go to your settings and cap your frame rate to under 100 frames per second, you will no longer face this issue. Bungie claims its “investigating” the issue, and has given more detailed instructions here.
Additionally, Bungie has also confirmed that the issues with purchasing Silver in the Xbox One version have also been dealt with, and that some players might have to re-launch Destiny 2 for the game to reflect previous Silver purchases.
Destiny 2 is out now for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for continued coverage on the game.
PC players encountering crashes at The Third Spire should try setting their frame rate cap to under 100 frames per second. We are investigating this issue. Instructions here: https://t.co/Ia9kAb1KOo
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) November 10, 2017
Issues impacting Silver purchases on Xbox One have been resolved. You may need to re-launch Destiny for purchased Silver to appear. https://t.co/4yd3nbbw4e
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) November 8, 2017