Bungie has released the first hotfix for Destiny 2 that fixes an annoying bug involving the MIDA Mini-Tool.
According to the official patch notes, the small hotfix fixes a bug that caused Clan rosters to not appear in-game, fixes a rare memory leak, and fixes a bug that caused the MIDA Mini-Tool not to drop. The legendary MIDA weapon is required to obtain the exotic MIDA Multi-Tool, meaning that players who were affected by this bug were unable to obtain it.
Read the full patch notes below:
- Fixed an issue that caused Clan Rosters to not be displayed in game
- Fixed an issue that caused players to not receive MIDA Mini-Tool when they have a full weapon inventory
- Players can obtain their missing MIDA Mini-Tool from Devrim Kay
- Fixed a rare memory leak that would result in a crash
As well as introducing these fixes, the hotfix also activated the beta version of the sequel’s Guided Games feature. Guided Games allow Clans and solo players to join up to complete Nightfall Strikes and the raid. However, during this beta phase, the feature will be limited to Nightfall Strikes.
Destiny 2 is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with a PC release to follow on October 24th.