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This Week At Bungie 11/12/2020

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This week at Bungie, we launched Beyond Light.
No more waiting, Beyond Light has arrived! There was some turbulence at the start, but our team of experts worked the problem and remained vigilant in making sure Guardians were ushered through the queue and could safely touch down on Europa.
Millions of Guardians have answered Variks’ distress call and began to explore the icy moon. Secrets have been discovered, enemies have been vanquished, your quest for Exotic loot has begun. Whether you have already finished the campaign or are still eagerly awaiting for your chance to hop in for the first time this weekend, there is still a lot of great Destiny content ahead of you!
Speaking of new content, we just unveiled a new trailer for Season of the Hunt and a Season page to go with it. Check it out!
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Season of the Hunt is live now, but it really gets going next week when the Season’s mission kicks off and Wrathborn hunts begin. Prepare to stop Xivu Arath from attempting to seize power with the help a familiar ally. Until then, don’t forget to grab the new Seasonal Artifact. Just try not to mess up Zavala's office while you’re in there.

Fine, It’s Cosmic Ice

We are seeing many Guardians out in the wild who have claimed Stasis as their own and embraced a pathway to many abilities, some considered to be unnatural. There are many Aspects and Fragments still left to be discovered that will allow you to further customize your new powers. We wanted to give you some additional info on how these new status effects will hinder your opponents. This is not info the Vanguard would tell you.

Stasis Slow

Against Combatants:
  • Slow will shut off combatants’ movement abilities and slow their movement.
Against Players:
  • Slow will reduce movement speed.
  • Reduce ability regeneration rates.
  • Suppress movement abilities (jump, dodge, etc).
  • Reduce the following weapon stats:
    • ADS speed
    • ADS move speed
    • Weapon reload speed
    • Weapon handling
    • Weapon kick direction
  • Reduces weapon accuracy.

Stasis Freeze

All targets:
  • Freeze can be shattered by damage. Shattering a freeze causes it to do AOE damage to the frozen target and all other nearby targets, including other frozen targets.
  • Freeze lasts for some duration before crumbling off.
  • Unlike shattering, a freeze that crumbles does not do any damage to the frozen enemy or nearby enemies.
Against Combatants:
  • Freeze will lock all non-boss combatants in place for the duration of the effect.
  • Bosses will automatically shatter out after some duration.
Against Players:
  • Freeze will lock players into place when applied for the duration of the effect.
  • While frozen, players will have their class ability replaced with a new Breakout ability that allows players to exit their freeze early at the trade-off of health. The damage this breakout does can be reduced by the Resilience stat. The more Resilience the less damage you take.
  • Players can activate their Supers to immediately breakout in Super state.
Against Players in Roaming Supers:
  • Locks players in place until broken out.
  • Players will quickly shatter out and take a small amount of damage.
Against One-off Supers:
  • Suppresses Super and locks players in place until broken out or expires.
  • All player freeze rules apply here.
Stasis is a new damage type and we're excited to see how Guardians harness this new power. As always, we are monitoring community feedback and checking analytics data to consider for future tuning of the sandbox.
While we are on the topic of Stasis, we have some new wallpapers for you!
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When it’s time to launch new content our player support team are in the virtual room where it happens, making sure you are informed of the status of the game and keeping track of known issues.
This is their report.

CONNECTION AND SERVER ISSUES

Ever since Monday, November 9, we’ve been investigating server stability and various error codes, including GUITAR and ARUGULA. We’ll provide more information once it becomes available.

BEYOND LIGHT LICENSES AND SEASON PASSES

Many players have reported to us that they purchased Beyond Light but don’t have the Season Pass and can’t access the campaign after the first mission.
Season Passes aren’t included in the Standard Edition of Beyond Light, so players who purchased this edition will have to purchase the Season Pass in the game. Additionally, Season Passes can’t be shared between accounts.
For those sharing the expansion on console, the main console has to download Beyond Light first before the second console can access that content.
For platform-specific players:

XBOX

Players should look at their order history to confirm that their transaction of Beyond Light was successful. If it wasn’t, they should contact Xbox Support for assistance.
For players who purchased Beyond Light successfully but still can’t access the expansion, they may need to manually reinstall all add-ons:
Highlight Destiny 2
  • Press the Menu button,
  • Select "Manage game and add-ons"
  • Press the Menu button,
  • Select "Manage installation"
  • Manually reinstall all add-ons
Please note that the Game Pass version of Beyond Light doesn’t include a Season Pass.

PLAYSTATION

Players who purchased Beyond Light but can’t access the expansion should restore their Destiny licenses. If players still experience issues, they should contact PlayStation Support to verify their purchase.

STEAM

Players on Steam should go to their “Library,” right-click on Destiny 2, click “Properties,” click the “DLC” tab, and make sure that Beyond Light and all appropriate DLC is installed. If Beyond Light isn’t listed, players need to purchase Beyond Light or contact Steam Support.

MID-WEEK UPDATES

Earlier this week, we disabled the Rose Hand Cannon from use due to its RPM still being 150 instead of 140. This issue will be resolved in a future update.
We also noticed that Legendary drop rates were changed in the EDZ Widow’s Walk Lost Sector, which we corrected on Wednesday.

NVIDIA REFLEX AND DESTINY 2 PC

Destiny 2 on PC now supports integration with the NVIDIA Reflex SDK for compatible graphics cards. This improves responsiveness and reduces “click-to-display” latency. Players can tweak their experience by following the direction in our NVIDIA Reflex Lot Latency Guide.

PC MIGRATION AND BATTLE.NET ENDING SOON

Beginning on December 1, 2020, at 9 AM PST, Blizzard's Battle.net accounts will no longer be available for users to log in with on Bungie.net or the Destiny Companion app, nor will users be able to migrate their Battle.net account to Steam.
Users who only have a Battle.net account linked to their Bungie profile are strongly encouraged to either link another platform to their profile, or to perform PC migration to Steam (unless you already have a Destiny 2 Steam account). Click here for more information.

KNOWN ISSUES

While we continue investigating various known issues, here is a list of the latest issues that were reported to us in our #Help Forum:
  • The “Fabled Warrior” Triumph doesn't count weapons that were purchased from the Monuments to Lost Lights Exotic Archive.
  • The Europa patrol “To the Nth Power” can’t be progressed by Warlocks using Stasis
  • Sometimes Vendors and enemies have model deformations.
  • Players who dismantle Stasis Fragment quests must wait a week before picking up a new one.
  • The One-Inch Punch finisher won’t kill enemies if players have Stasis equipped.
  • Kill-based weapon perks may work inconsistently on Stasis-frozen shatter kills.
  • Xbox players are experiencing crashes while in the Tower, especially when opening their Vault.
  • Cutscenes suffer from severe stutter and result in an extremely poor viewing experience for some PC players.
  • Many Multi-part emotes stop playing after they enter animation.
  • Warlock's "Frostpulse" can fail to freeze target if there's a difference in elevation.
  • When using PlayStation Remote Play, controller settings reset to default.
  • On Xbox One, the chat volume slider does not affect incoming voice chat volume.
For a full list of emergent issues in Destiny 2, players can review our Known Issues article. Players who observe other issues should report them to our #Help forum.

New Releases

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Who wants to see some movies? This is your time to shine. Every week, we take a look around the internet to find a few of our favorite community-created videos and share them here for all to see. Here are our picks for this week.
Petite lueur
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The GOAT
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As always, our winners will be receiving a special emblem to commemorate their victory. Starting this week, we have a brand-new emblem to start giving out, called Photologician. Want to see it?
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If you won, please make sure you include links to your Bungie.net profile so we can deliver your new emblems.

Artists of the Week

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For some while now, we have been highlighting amazing art created by the community from our social channels and awarding the artist a special emblem. We don’t want to limit the audience to Twitter, so we’ve cooked up a fun section for the TWAB to feature some sweet artwork on a weekly basis. Like Movie of the Week, we’ll be sharing creations here and awarding special emblems to their creators.
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Here are our selections for this week.
*Ghost Bump *
We stan a supportive Ghost in this household! Casual Guardian commission for longtime Destiny pal @/bronzegothluv over on twitter! #Destiny2 #BeyondLight @Bungie @A_dmg04 @DestinyComArt @rDESTNYCREATION pic.twitter.com/H30S4yndRt
— Spookgeist // BLM (@spookgeist) November 9, 2020
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The darkness arrives. Its clear the pyramid ships are coming but what will happen? Curious what the next season and big expansion will bring! Its kinda done pretty fast and im getting used to colouring in clip studio paint yay! #artistsoninstagram #destiny2thegame #destinyart #digitalartwork #clipstudiopaint #speedpaint #thedarkness #destinythegame #bungie #thetraveler #space #digitaldrawing
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A tribute to Beyond Light #DestinyArt
Happy launch Team @Bungie 💙 pic.twitter.com/cHEyCR1izB
— Berunov (@Berunov) November 10, 2020
Congrats to those in the first round, and many thanks to all of the artists in the Destiny Community for filling our timelines and creation page with these wonderful pieces. We’ll see you again next week with another round!
As we transitioned from Season of Arrival into Season of the Hunt, we held a small event in the Last City for you to spend the final few hours jumping around with your friends and watching the Traveler do... Traveler things. Big thanks to everyone who showed up for the final hours of Season of Arrival. If you weren’t able to see it, we uploaded the short cinematic that ushered in the new era of Beyond Light for you here.
It’s a shorter TWAB this week, but we know you are busy with new stuff to do. We will be monitoring the community conversation around loot, Stasis, and everything else you have feedback on.
It’s been pretty inspiring getting to watch this team put this release together from home. This is another first for us and though we definitely miss getting to see each other at the studio, Bungie loves a chance to take on a new challenge. Plus, it will never not be funny watching kids and pets crash meetings.
I know everyone here at Bungie is proud of Beyond Light and Season of the Hunt and we all want to thank you for playing. We hope you enjoy the rest of the launch week and the Season to come.
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I'm stuck in an elevator, we're telling stories to pass the time.

I knew it was a bad idea to be the last person in the office at midnight, but being the new intern, all of the mindless busy work was left to me. I had a massive pile of Excel sheets to fill out and endless reports to write, all due at the end of the week. And it was Thursday night. Of course I stayed late, in reality I had no choice. That didn’t make me feel any better as I sat at a desk all alone in an open-floor office, half the lights turned off and the only other sign of life being the theatrically lit fish tank by the door. Yes, I was a little nervous, as any young woman alone in a dark place would be. Of course we shouldn’t, but those opinions would be better discussed at another time. It was 12:30 when I put the finishing touches on my last spreadsheet and finally closed my laptop.
I felt the urge to hurry as I packed up my things and put on my jacket, and found that the clicking of my heels had a slightly faster cadence than usual as I made my way to the elevator. I could have taken the stairs considering I’m on the fourth floor, but I was tired. And it’s an elevator. And don't try to tell me you wouldn’t take it too. When the doors opened I was met by the faces of four fellow late-night workers on their way home to collapse in bed. I stepped in and turned to face the doors as they closed again, cursing myself for not putting in my headphones lest one of them try to start a conversation. That thought was cut short by a sudden jerk that almost threw me off balance, and the sound of screeching gears like banshees in the elevator shaft. We all stood still for a minute, waiting for the now motionless elevator to budge again, but there was no such luck.
“Is it...stuck?” Asked a middle aged, professional looking woman in the back of the car.
“Looks like it.”
“Is there anything you can do about it?” Asked a man toward the back of the elevator, tapping the man next to me on the shoulder.
“No, I don’t have any of my tools or even my keys with me. I was on the way out too.” He responded, I noticed he was about my age and wearing a custodial uniform.
While this conversation was being held, I opened my phone to call the front desk. We were told to contact the front desk in case of mishaps like this. No service.
“Hey,” I said eyes still locked on my phone, “does anyone have a connection? I’m trying to contact the front desk but it’s not going through.”
There was a brief silence as everyone looked at their phones, shaking their heads and looking at one another.
“What about the emergency phone?” Asked the older man to my other side. He was a manager that I’ve seen on one of my trips to the upper floors. “Elevators usually have phones directly connected to the building’s landline, we should be able to get in contact with the fire department.”
The custodian, whose name tag said “Walker” crouched down to open the phone panel. “Got it.” He said, sending an almost palpable wave of relief through the elevator. He stood back up with the phone to his ear as he pressed the button to connect with the lobby, but his look quickly turned to one of confusion. “It’s just giving me a busy tone.” He said, “Wait, let me just try dialing 911.” He punched in the numbers and waited for a minute, as the look on his face deepened. He simply held out the phone, which was still emitting a busy tone.
“Could it be something with the phone?” Asked the woman, who later introduced herself as Anmarie, an executive of one of the larger companies in the building.
“Maybe,” Walker said, a flat tone settling into his voice, fear faintly visible on his face.
I began to feel the first inkling of panic setting in. “I can’t be here all night.” I thought to myself, worried about the preparations I had to make for work the next day. Before I fell into complete despair Clark, the older man, spoke up.
“You know, we should consider ourselves lucky! There are much stranger situations we could be in right now. Especially in this old building.”
“What’s supposed to mean?” I asked.
“Well maybe I could tell...no. I don’t wanna spook you kids.”
Anmarie had an irritated look on her face, “You can’t just say that and drop it, tell us what’s on your mind.”
“All right, all right, I’ll tell the story - but don’t you go blaming me when you find yourself spooked. You see, this is an old city. And this here is one old building. One of the first skyscrapers, built way back in the early 20th century. Lotta history in these walls. I’ve been here long enough to experience some of it - you see, when a structure stands as long as this, it develops a mind of its own. It doesn’t come to life but...imitates it in a way. It's like -”
He was interrupted by a strange, joyless chuckle from Walker. He was now sitting on the floor, staring at the ground in seeming disbelief.
“Very funny. Look, I don’t have to tell this story, son. We can all sit here in silence and wait for some internet connection if you don’t like what I have to say. You got anything better to do?” Walker remained silent, truly never having spoken in the first place. “Now, what was I talking about? Oh, right. This place, this building, it’s got a mind, a spirit you might say. I think that all the years and the people have left their energy here to coagulate, and sometimes that energy can have an effect on the physical world. When I was a lot younger...eh...maybe in the sixties or seventies, I was working my first job out of college here. Stock broker. I had a habit of staying late, sometimes into the early hours of the morning. Course, it caused a lot of problems with the wife. Heh, one time, I came home at four o’clock in the morning to find her-”
“You’re getting a bit off-track, Clark.” I said.
“Ah, fine. You kids know nothing about good conversation. Well, one of those nights I was the last man in the office. I doubt there was anyone else on the whole floor. Hell, maybe the security guard was the only other soul in the whole building. Well, I’m sifting through a stack of papers left by my secretary. Whole buncha memos and letters that I let pile up, the thing had to have been sitting on my desk for the last week. So I’m going through these papers, praying to the good lord that I can finish with enough time for a couple winks before going back in the next day, and I find this envelope in the middle of the pile. It’s blank, but obviously has something in it. I’m wondering why Linda would put this in my pile - it’s clearly spam of some kind - but in that moment I felt a compulsion I thank god every day I haven’t felt since. I will still in control of my body but I felt something, something like strings tuggin’ at my fingers. Tuggin’em toward my letter opener. It was so strange, like a dream. It felt so alien and at the same time...so natural. Like it was just a part of my routine. I was shifting between panic and embarrassment at my own irrationality, all the while opening this blank envelope like I would any other. Eventually, my mind turned from the fear and panic toward curiosity as I opened the letter within.
‘To Mr. Winston J. Hall,’
It said (which isn’t my name, by the way),
‘This letter is to formally notify you that several complaints have been filed against you by various employees and two clients. These complaints have been filed in regards to several instances including, but not limited to:
  • Inappropriate lines of questioning to a coworker surrounding her recently deceased mother.
  • Following a coworker home after work hours.
  • Requesting explicit information from a client during a business call.
We find the reported behavior extremely concerning, and request that you cease it before more punitive measures are taken.
-H.R.’
There was no date or indication of who wrote the letter, and I’d never heard of a Winston Hall working at my firm - or anywhere else on the floor for that matter. I was wondering why this letter was on my desk in the first place? How did Linda get this? Who gave it to her? I sat there for a good long while pondering when I noticed a feeling I hadn’t felt earlier. It was a feeling of...I don't know...heaviness? You know how the air is different when you’re in a crowded room than an empty one? Well it felt like that - like in the time it took me to read the letter and think on it, twenty invisible packed into my little office without me noticing. ‘Course I got nervous. Not quite scared yet though. I rationalized that someone had dropped the letter into the wrong basket and Linda didn’t see it, and the heaviness was my own sleep deprived brain malfunctioning. There was still an itch in the back of my mind though. Something primal in my brain knew that was wrong. I got up to grab my coat and hat in more of a hurry than I would have admitted at the moment, but the second I turned my back to the door across from my desk I heard a bang bang bang on the frosted glass. It was a like knock, but just more forceful. Now I damn near jumped out of my skin when I heard that and immediately turned to see who was there - but there was nobody at the door. I went up to the window next to the door - which had a clear look at the main floor - and looked to see if I’d been mistaken and wasn’t the only man left. Nobody. It was unsettling to say the least, but as I closed the blinds and thought it out I started with the rationalizations again.
‘Maybe it was the security guard checking to see if I’m still here. Yeah, that’s gotta be it. I’ll stop by his desk on the way out and thank him for-’ Boom.
All my thoughts stopped, all my logic went out the window, when I noticed what had been slid under the door when I had been looking out the window. It was a blank envelope. This was the point where I knew I was scared, and not the kind of adrenaline high “scare” that you get at a haunted house or you feel when you drive a fast car. No. This was deeper, more insidious. It’s the fear you feel in a dark room and notice a shadow in the corner that shouldn’t be there. It lurks in the pit of your stomach, weighs down your limbs, rends any hope or denial from your mind. I felt that force from earlier. It wasn’t any stronger - more that the fear had made me so weak I couldn’t resist its pull. It drew me to that letter. Made me pick it up. Made me take it to my desk and open it the same way I had the last one. Made me read it.
‘To Mr. Winston J. Hall,
We are writing to inform you that as of the thirteenth of November, 1956, your employment will be terminated. This termination comes only after multiple letters of warning informing you of complaints and multiple reprimands.
We pride ourselves on a safe and comfortable work environment, which would no longer be possible should your employment continue. After the incident with Mr. Shaw you proved yourself unwilling to acknowledge our warnings and, furthermore, basic human decency. Regardless of the out of court settlement, we fear this is not an isolated incident and are acting in the best interest of all our employees.
You are hereby no longer allowed to enter the office or contact any of your coworkers through business channels. You will be permitted 30 minutes on the 14th of November to retrieve your belongings.
-H.R.’
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I spent the night curled behind my desk, staring out at him. I had it in my head that if I looked away at all, he’d come in. He never did, though. I must’ve blacked out from the shock at some point ‘cause my boss found me the next day, still curled up and peeking out at the door. He said I was muttering about a Mr. Hall. I was unresponsive so they called an ambulance and I woke up in the hospital. I knew the story was gonna get me put in an asylum, so when they asked what happened I just told them I had overworked myself, had a really intense nightmare or something. My boss gave me the next couple weeks off with pay - he was a good guy - and told me to take care of myself, get some time off to spend with my wife. I’ve told people more humorous versions of the story at bars and parties over the years, always blaming it on a several day stint of no sleep. I know that wasn’t it though. I’d been too scared to check the records or ask the veteran brokers about Mr. Hall, but I’ve seen pictures of the building’s foyer from before the mid fifties. It used to be a couple stories tall, with a big balcony overlooking the entrance. That balcony’s not there anymore. Like I said, I’m not gonna go asking, but I’d bet big money that balcony was removed after someone went diving off it with a rope around their neck. I don’t know what I saw that night, but I’ve made it a point since then to leave right at quittin’ time. ‘Cept for tonight...of course.”
We all sat in silence for a couple of minutes after that, I could tell that reliving that story wasn’t something that Clark did regularly - even after all these years. That feeling of dread was a little more noticeable now, but I just tried not to think about it. “You just heard something truly terrifying,” I told myself over and over again, “of course you’re a bit scared.” I knew that if I didn’t do something to distract myself I would have a nervous breakdown, so I looked at the others and asked “Does anyone’s phone have a connection?” Everyone checked their phones and shook their heads one by one.
“I’m gonna try the door again,” Walker said as he rose to his feet, “wanna give me a hand?”
He looked at the professional young man, who still had yet to introduce himself. He simply nodded his head and rose to his feet as well. They pulled at the door on the count of three, and for a little while it seemed like they wouldn’t get anywhere - until a snap came from somewhere in the doors and they were able to pry it open, only to expose drab, gray concrete on the other side. “Damn it,” Walker heaved, winded from the fight with the doors, “we must be between floors.”
“You’re a custodian, aren’t you?” I asked, an idea forming itself in my head, “Is there a way into the elevator shaft? Any panels we can lift?”
“Not in these ones,” He said, looking up and shaking his head, “we’re not allowed to touch the elevators, anyway - only the company that installed it can do that. Not sure why, but either way I don’t have the tools or know-how to get out of the car, let alone fix this hunk of trash.” He let out a huff as he sat back in his spot on the floor, leaving us in yet another oppressive silence. After a while, Anmarie started, fidgeting a bit.
"Well if we're going to be telling stories I may as well share mine..."
Part 2
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