On the final weekly weblog earlier than it launches Future 2: Past Mild, Bungie revealed particulars on how gamers will decide up older Exotics after a number of planets enter the Future Content material Vault on Tuesday. The studio additionally previewed some upcoming patch notes, in addition to a brand new Tower terminal for selecting up previous quests.
The Monument to Misplaced Lights Unique Archive is a brand new terminal within the Tower, sitting comfortably between the present Vault terminals. Right here, gamers should buy Exotics whose quests will go away the sport on Nov. 10. Exotics like Anarchy and Tarrabah at present drop from two raids leaving the sport, and Exotics like Rat King primarily come from planets like Titan — additionally leaving the sport with Past Mild. With these quests gone, the Monument to Misplaced Lights Unique Archive would be the approach gamers can backfill their inventories with these weapons.
Whereas Bungie didn’t present the UI for this terminal, the studio described how gamers will purchase some unavailable Exotics. Costs will change relying on how troublesome or lengthy the search to get it was. Gamers will mix Glimmer, vacation spot supplies, Masterworking supplies, and an Unique Cipher or Ascendant Shard to buy Exotics. For Exotics that beforehand got here from raids, gamers will want a particular Spoils of Conquest materials — earned by finishing raids nonetheless within the sport.
For gamers who don’t need to spend their hard-earned Ascendant Shards on lacking Exotics, Xur will provide a weekly quest when he exhibits up on Fridays, promising a brand new Unique Cipher.
The Tower will even see a Quest Archive terminal. When gamers delete an incomplete quest from their stock, it can land within the Quest Archive. Current gamers who need to expertise the New Participant expertise — which can be getting an overhaul in Past Mild — can decide up that questline from the Quest Archive.
Bungie additionally revealed some attention-grabbing patch notes forward of the Nov. 10 patch. Gamers can customise the look of their UI a bit extra when it comes to colour, and the character creation menu will change its language slightly bit — from Male and Feminine to Masculine and Female.
There are additionally some small changes and bug fixes that will play a job into gamers’ endgame loadouts. The studio will reveal the complete patch notes on Nov. 10.