Bungie is fixing yet another bug that’s forced them to change plans in Destiny 2‘s weekly programming. This week’s Exodus Crash Nightfall strike was switched to Nightfall after players encountered a bug that stopped them from finishing the Prestige version. Bungie issued out the Twitter post below to alert fans of the change, as Pyramidion will be the new area to finish out the rest of the week.
To mitigate issues encountered by players in the Exodus Crash Nightfall strike, this week’s Nightfall has been changed to Pyramidion.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) October 18, 2017
Of course, this isn’t the first Destiny 2 glitch to force them to change plans. After the game added the Beurcratic Walk emote to their store from Monty Python’s Flying Circus, players were able to use it to glitch their way through walls, forcing them to change another weekly game’s level and pull the emote from their shop as they attempted to fix both. Since this latest bug doesn’t have an immediate fix, it seems Bungie just found it easier to pull the entire level and put in a replacement for people who haven’t experienced the bug yet. Can’t wait to see what the next random problem is for Destiny 2‘s system.
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