But it's definitely still an exploit and the player base seems split about whether using it should preclude Redeem from taking World First honors.
The blog also revealed that, starting on October 31, there will be optional Raid Challenges implemented on each of the Raid's encounters. On the third week, Bungie will add the harder Prestige mode for the Leviathan raid, and you'll be able to help other players through it with the launch of the Raid Guided Games variant.More news: Israeli tanks hit target in Syria
Aside from the main campaign, side quests, Strikes, and the Crucible, Destiny 2 PC owners can also attempt a tougher challenge by taking on the Nightfall Strike at launch. This raid will start on November 1, but it will start only on normal difficulty for the time being. The second week, we'll be getting the Leviathan Raid on November 1, followed by the start of Trials of the Nine on Friday, November 3. As a reminder, there's a four-hour-long maintenance session scheduled for today, probably to do some tweaking to get the servers ready for the PC version's arrival next week.
If you're wondering how the game will perform on PC, and which graphics options are the most taxing, give this Nvidia guide a go.More news: 41 soldiers killed by Taliban at Kandahar army camp
Specifically, the "erroneous removal of raid keys" that would occur before this hot fix was caused by either creating a new character or logging into Destiny 2 with an alt for the first time of the week.
'Destiny 2 is an action shooter that takes you on an epic journey across the solar system. Bungie said that the game won't offer any hints on how to complete the challenges, but an in-game message will pop up to let you know when you fail.More news: Shock poll: Republican Ed Gillespie now leads Virginia governor race