Next season, we will start to see max power caps on weapons and armor, which will give us a better idea of when things are leaving, but there’s a way to track things before that. Destiny 2; Why is Bungie sunsetting armor? I think this means the 30 weapons listed in the loot pool for next season will all be sunset a year from their “reissue” date here, though again, this portion of things remains confusing, given that Bungie says the world pool will constantly see stuff added and leaving every season. Harbingers of Light. I am not sure whether that means they will not be sunset, or whether you will simply have to get new versions of them starting next season. This remains confusing. Season 13 Sunsetting (December 2020). But I expect it to be able to be earned in Iron Banner at some point in the future, if I had to guess. There's no reason to force people to throw out previous season's armor other than arbitrary, additional grinding to inflate online activity metrics. EY & Citi On The Importance Of Resilience And Innovation, Impact 50: Investors Seeking Profit — And Pushing For Change, Michigan Economic Development Corporation BrandVoice. This is about an issue with sunsetting not the entirety of Sunsetting. You may opt-out by. Discuss all things Destiny 2. All Rights Reserved, This is a BETA experience. What I am less clear about are weapons like Dire Promise and Last Hope which were brought back into the loot pool this season. Destiny players are already aware of gear sunsetting, a term that refers to gear having a hard Power infusion cap that cannot be increased.However, Bungie made an announcement recently that they would also be cycling out Destiny 2 content from the game itself. The main slate of items being sunset here are the Season of Dawn guns and armor sets, and … Guardians harnessing the dark. You're browsing the GameFAQs Message Boards as a guest. To offset this we are hoping to see a huge amount of guns and armor dumped into the game between next season and the fall expansion to expand the loot pool significantly, as well as whatever voodoo Bungie is working with the rotating world loot pool which will “reissue” old gear in time. Increase the drop rate and places they drop for materials or B. They did it in Destiny 1. Weapon and Armor Sunsetting Chart. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. There's no reason to force people to throw out previous season's armor other than arbitrary, additional grinding to inflate online activity metrics. I’m OK with it as long as they either A. NFLB secretly LOVES Drew Brees and the Saints. 12.2k. The main slate of items being sunset here are the Season of Dawn guns and armor sets, and that will include all the Charged with Light-era mods as well like Powerful Friends. Guardians harnessing the dark. Armor sunsetting is pointless as long as Garden and Last Wish get a pass. Now they're doing it again with weapon, armor, and mod sunsetting. All of this stuff, everything listed here, should still be able to be used in 80-90% of the content in the game, just not the highest power stuff, requiring shifting and adapting metas. As in, I don’t think we are getting a whole new slate of weapons and armor for Trials next season, and those should be able to be used for a year, and so on and so forth. I could see weapons but armor as well? By the time we hit the fall 2021 expansion, the large slate of gear issued in fall 2020’s expansion will leave. Picture all the Forsaken gear leaving once Shadowkeep hit. As much dont want it to happen it does make sense bungie wants to outright level the playing field and force players to not rely on their older gear be it weapons and armor when something new comes out. Unfortunately, Sunsetting will … 3) Improve stat roll numbers for end game and have the be guarenteed to be at least lets say 60+ minimum on drops. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Sunsetting in Destiny 2: Beyond Light First let’s explain what sunsetting is. Washington, Jefferson, Franklin went on an adventure to save Santa.