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Season 17 in Destiny 2 launches on May 24, and we acquired a ton of details about what’s altering in a latest This Week at Bungie put up, together with Primary balancing, weapons leaving the loot pool, Glaive modifications, and extra. Bungie might have let one different bit of data slip of their Japanese translation of the TWAB. We may know the identification of a returning Destiny 1 Exotic: the Trespasser Sidearm.
Spotted by the oldsters within the r/raidsecrets subreddit, buried within the Exotic modifications to the Airborne effectiveness stat was kanji that straight interprets to “Trespasser.” Twitter consumer Quantumriot captured a picture of each the TWAB language and the Japanese localization in-game in Destiny 1.
Adding gasoline to the fires of hypothesis, Bungie later quietly edited the Japanese TWAB to make use of kanji that interprets to “redacted,” the identical language the English model makes use of to debate upcoming content material updates with out revealing something too spicy.
The Trespasser Exotic Sidearm was a fan-favorite weapon from Destiny 1’s Rise of Iron enlargement, identified for its unimaginable burst-fire accuracy and equally quick time-to-kill. Then there was its Exotic perk referred to as Unrepentant. If you reloaded instantly after a kill, the following burst it fired was a “superburst.”
Bungie has a historical past of modifying or fully remodeling outdated Exotic perks for the massively expanded sandbox in Destiny 2, and Trespasser is unlikely to come back again fully unscathed. However, given how gamers have needed the weapon again nearly so long as Destiny 2 has been out, it will be silly of Bungie to not make the factor a beast, even when it doesn’t operate precisely because it did as soon as upon a time.