Destiny: Game Breaking Glitch Discovered

However Bungie are already working to resolve it

Posted By | On 24th, Apr. 2016

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A player on Reddit has discovered a new glitch in Destiny that is apparently very literally game breaking. Apparently the glitch, if abused by the player, lets a player stack as many kills as they want, and stays in effect unless they die. You can check out the footage of the glitch in action, and just how devastatingly game breaking it can be, below.

Thankfully, it appears as though someone from Bungie has already responded to the Reddit thread, and they will be forwarding this information to the team- hopefully that means that the glitch can be patched out before it wrecks the balance of the game entirely. Otherwise, something like this could very well undermine the player community entirely.

You can check the glitch, and what it is like, for yourself below- that said, you are recommended against trying it out to gain an unfair advantage for yourself. Not only is that disingenuous and unfair, but you may also risk a ban from Bungie, once they do get around to patching it out.


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