Bungie has officially stated on its website that apart from any pressing emergencies that require urgent fixes for “future game-breaking bugs,” Destiny‘s 2.3.1 patch is set to be “the last scheduled deployment for Legacy Consoles.”
In order to prepare Destiny for the forthcoming Rise of Iron expansion, the developers at Bungie have put out the game’s 2.3.1 update, which causes the exotic Warlock helmet Apotheosis Veil to now appear in the exotic armor blueprints kiosk in the Hall of Guardians in the Tower, and also fixes some issues with classes as well as activities. In truth, the patch provides a relatively small return in terms of being an update, but it’s significant due to the fact that it will be the last one offered for Destiny‘s PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 ports.
Bungie has officially stated on its website that apart from any pressing emergencies that require urgent fixes for “future game-breaking bugs,” Destiny‘s 2.3.1 patch is set to be “the last scheduled deployment for Legacy Consoles.” This means that Guardians on the PS3 and Xbox 360 won’t receive any more major expansions like Rise of Iron, as the studio has announced earlier this year that the action-RPG will not be getting any more content on last generation platforms.
Those who are currently playing Destiny on PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 that wish to experience Rise of Iron’s content like its new raid and Gjallarhorn quest will need to upgrade to the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One versions of the game. Not only will the jump to current generation consoles give Guardians access to the fresh materials, but also it affords them the ability to continue the existing progress with their characters. It’s important to note, though, that if fans decide to upgrade, they have to stay within the same family of systems for their Guardians to be maintained, as data from Destiny on Xbox 360 will not transfer to the PS4 port, for instance.
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