Just yesterday, we reported that some Destiny 2 players had managed to glitch their way into an area for The Last Wish Raid, which isn't due to launch until September 14. Today, Bungie has patched out a part of this glitch.
The main cause of concern on Bungie's part was that players were able to obtain the entire armor set for The Last Wish Raid, ahead of the Raid launching, through a single loot chest in the area which they managed to glitch to. Bungie has now removed all Raid-related chests, "suppressing" them to prevent players from using this exploit before the Raid launches on Friday, Bungie announced.
However, if you're one of the lucky few Destiny 2 players who managed to obtain the entire Raid armor set through the chest exploit, then you're in luck. "None of the rewards they have granted will be rescinded," Bungie's blog post announcement reads. It's a pretty nice gesture from Bungie, but you've also got to feel for the developers who have had their work on The Last Wish Raid somewhat spoiled.
The Last Wish Raid is set to go live for all Destiny 2 players with the Forsaken DLC expansion this Friday, right around 10 am PT/1 pm ET. For everything else you need to know about what Bungie is calling their biggest Raid activity to date, head over to our Destiny 2 Last Wish Raid guide.
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