Bungie has highlighted all of the improvements coming to Destiny 2 in Season 17 in the newest This Week at Bungie (which is confirmed to start on May 24th). Glaives, who first appeared in The Witch Queen, have been underwhelming since their debut. While weapon damage boosts will not apply to Glaive melee attacks, they will nonetheless receive some significant improvements in the coming season.
This provides improved melee damage by 25% against PvE foes and 97.5 percent damage resistance with the shield in PvE (75 percent in PvP) (not bosses or vehicles though) The shield’s energy drain is likewise being decreased by 30 percent. The Glaive’s projectile speed will be boosted based on one’s Range status. It travels at 60 m/s at zero (up from 30) and 100 m/s at 100. (instead of 80).
In addition to the global modifications, Exotic Glaives are getting their unique boosts. Inside its bubble, the Titan’s Edge of Action now has a Void over the shield. It will also be affected by the Helm of Saint-14, which causes Ward of Dawn to blind opponents. The healing turret bullets of the Warlock’s Edge of Intent will have increased speed and acceleration.
The damage of the Hunter’s Edge of Concurrence’s detonation wave will be double. In addition, the amount of foes it may chain to has been increased from four to eight. Keep an eye out for additional information on future sandbox modifications in the next season. There is only battle in the 41st millennium’s bleak darkness. These lines are well-known among Warhammer 40,000 fans, and they’re a fitting slogan for the gloomy future depicted in the game. Alien invaders, heretics, and demons surround humanity on all sides, and humanity is no beacon of truth and justice, with the totalitarian Imperium of Man dominating with terror and zeal. Basically, it’s a terrible place to live, but it’s a great spot to play games.
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