Bungie just scrambled to replace a map after some exploits were found in the next Trials of the Nine challenge for Destiny 2. The plan going into this week was to have Alter of Flame be the primary location, but it turns out that just a couple hours after it went into effect, players discovered a major exploit in the game and a change was made. The company made the change known on Twitter, letting fans know the new map would be Eternity.
Due to a bug where players can escape the environment on Altar of Flame, we’ve changed this week’s Trials to Countdown on Eternity.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) September 22, 2017
So you’re probably wondering what great glitch was discovered that would cause Bungie to change the map out. Turns out, the big allowed players to glitch themselves outside of the map area and shoot through the walls at players still inside the map. I don’t care how good at the game you are, there’s just no way you can combat against an opponent you can’t even shoot at, let alone see as they’re firing at you. No word was given as to when Bungie would be able to fix the map and put it back into play, but at least it shows how quick they are to address a problem with Destiny 2.