Stand aside, alien babies that may or may not be grenades. There’s a new sheriff in there fate-City, village. A beloved weapon, Hung Jury, is apparently coming back Fate 2, Bungie almost announced in a blog post Detailing the upcoming Season of the splicer today.
The season focuses on the Vex and an “Endless Night” and has enough neon purple and teal to make it Cyberpunk‘s Night City look tame in comparison. But the stuff is secondary to the prey to be won. In addition to a dozen weapons available through Activities, Bungie also mentioned that “there will be three familiar weapons to be won by the Endgame-focused Guardians out there,” noting this veteran Fate 1
In fact, players quickly noticed that one of the weapons depicted looked very similar to the Hung Jury. They went on to summarize and together lose their shit.
“Many Thanks Bungie !!! Thank you thank you thank you !!! “, Wrote a player in a tweet next to another screenshot of the weapon in question. “HUNG JURY [smiling face with heart-shaped eyes]”Wrote another. Many of the responses to Bungie’s announcement are along the same lines.”
Each weapon is available as part of the weekly Nightfall Strike playlist. For the uninitiated, a different strike every week – cooperative player-versus-environment missions – can be played in an increased degree of difficulty, which gives you loot to attack. Grandmaster Nightfalls (basically the same, but more difficult) will begin on June 22nd.
Next to the new season Fate 2 A patch will be received that fixes more general problems. For one, stasis abilities – including those of enemies – and player highlighting in Crucible games are enhanced by color-blind support. Each subclass is also refined a bit. For example, for hunters, the explosion radius for Silence & Squall will decrease by almost a third, while warlocks should no longer be able to use Chaos Reach to attack through walls.
Fate 2 There will be a six hour maintenance period tomorrow at 12:00 PM ET. A subsequent maintenance period begins on Tuesday, May 11th, at 12:00 noon (CET) and is supposed to last two hours.