If you've been playing Destiny 2 you may have noticed some lingering issues in specific activities, but Bungie is squashing those issues next Tuesday. No, it's not as catastrophic as the bug from February, but some recent Nightfall runs and a few quests might have been more annoying than they should have.
As announced on their official blog, Bungie is cleaning up the Lake of Shadows and Festering Core Nightfalls: by fixing an accessibility issue in the former and making the latter much tougher (the Director level-select system said it required 1080 Power, but it's actually set at a breezier 750 - oops!). The Means to an End quest progression bug is also getting fixed, as well as a problem with Ruinous Eggify and Umbral engrams.
Sadly, a reward nerf is coming too, as XP, Glimmer and "chances toward Exotic or Bright engrams" are now back to a weekly lockout setting: directly after they opened them up. It's kind of baffling as XP and glimmer gains are kind of a non-issue so long as players are actually having fun, and with sunsetting content coming soon, Bungie is giving players less of a reason to run existing content before it goes away. It's classic Bungie.
The studio intends on beefing up the hotfix a bit with final patch notes next week, but before then you can check out the preview below.
This Week at Bungie [Bungie.net]