Bungie has rolled out Destiny 2 update 184.108.40.206 as a quick fix for a rather pesky crashing bug that players have been experiencing.
The problem in question sees the game crash when attempting to load the Tower social space. Check out the Destiny 2 update 220.127.116.11 patch notes below.
18.104.22.168 The one about Tower crashes
Fixed an issue that was causing crashes while loading into the Tower
This week has seen the release of the first Destiny 2 Iron Banner event, which re-introduces Lord Saladin into the fold.
The Prestige difficulty for the Leviathan Raid was originally meant to go live this week as part of the weekly reset. However, Bungie decided to push the release back one week after discovering an exploit within the raid.
Bungie has recently said on Twitter that it wants user feedback regarding the upcoming Destiny 2 DLC, which is rumored to be titled Curse of Osiris.
Destiny 2 was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6, with a PC release arriving later this month. The game failed to match launch sales of its predecessor, but still managed to U.K. All Format Chart and attracted 1.2 million concurrent players on the Friday after release.
Destiny 2 DLC being kept under wraps
The Destiny 2 Season Pass includes two expansions: The first DLC is coming out in winter 2017, while the second should arrive in spring 2018.
Given that the original Destiny was expanded with numerous other pieces of content beyond The Dark Below and House of Wolves, it’s likely Destiny 2 will also see other major expansions beyond the two Season Pass DLCs.
Regardless, Bungie has assured fans that Destiny 2 won’t suffer from content droughts, promising a ‘continuous calendar of events.’