Bungie has announced that Destiny 2 is bringing back the class-based Guardian Games Cup competition on May 2.
The different color profiles will also apply to Commendations, affecting the color of cards and visual effects when they're received.
Auto Rifles, Pulse Rifles and Handcannons should feel better in PvE, while Exotics like Peacekeepers should now work properly.
Instead of Season 21, the fashion-based Commendation will go live in Season of Defiance, though only for "low trust" activities.
"While the first batch of Guardian Ranks has proven to be an invaluable guide for New Lights, we want to improve the system for all players," Bungie says.
Starting in Season 21, players can target specific Exotic armor pieces with Glimmer, Ascendant Shards and Exotic Ciphers.
The IKELOS SMG is also getting some changes to its recoil, while Aggressive Frame archetypes receive a nerf in Season of the Deep.
The final boss in the recent Root of Nightmares raid should also idle less when facing players standing in a Well of Radiance.
Bungie has fixed an issue causing the Exotic auto rifle and scout rifle to deal less damage to regular enemies than initially intended.
Master Mode players can earn Adept raid weapons from Root of Nightmares though options for enhancement are coming later.
Bungie has revealed that Lance Reddick will continue to be part of the Destiny universe in future content.
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Destiny 1 and 2 servers will also go down for maintenance at 7 AM PDT, with hotfix 188.8.131.52 going live for all platforms at noon PDT.
The descriptions for objectives will be updated later this week and reveal the new requirements required for Commendations.
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The quest will be available to all expansion owners and run separate to the seasonal story. It also awards a new Legendary weapon.
Many players found the new raid and its final boss easy, even with the Contest modifier putting them at a Power disadvantage.
Fireteams will be venturing to a somewhat familiar location when the expansion's raid goes live on March 10th at 8:30 AM PT.
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Bungie says it "can't wait" for players to learn more about The Witness, its origins and objective, and how they'll fight back in future seasons.