Luke Smith is back with Director's Cut Part II and is introducing players to new ways to earn power in Destiny 2.
New ways to power up armor are coming to Destiny 2: Shadowkeep. Bungie has been giving players a sneak peek at the new adjustments coming out. One of those adjustments called Seasonal Artifacts will be introduced in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep
This week has provided Destiny fans a plethora of new information regarding Bungie’s cosmic looter shooter. The week started with Director Luke Smith and his Director’s Cut Part I going over what Bungie got right and didn’t get right.
Director’s Cut Part II is all about inserting more of the RPG element into Destiny 2, how customization of your guardian will be handled, and how powerful drops will work. One element being introduced is Seasonal Artifacts.
Seasonal Artifacts will be a unique theme that will be introduced to each season in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep. These artifacts will only be equipable during that Artifact’s season and be a source of mods.
This is meant to give players who can’t or don’t want to play pinnacle activities a seasonal path to Power. This way, even if a player doesn’t play the raid, Iron Banner, or the [REDACTED], they can still have a high Power value for the Season.
These Seasonal Artifacts will award players a Power bonus that is applied to all of the player’s characters instead of gear. These Artifacts are only meant to raise power for each Season and will reset when a new Season starts.
Players are still wondering how these Seasonal Artifacts are obtained. They may be something that your guardian starts with when the new season starts. We will know more about Artifacts when Destiny 2: Shadowkeep releases October 1, 2019. Check out our Destiny 2 Archive for even more guides and news for Destiny. Destiny 2 is available to play on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.