Earlier this week, Bungie announced that the higher-difficulty version of Destiny 2's Raid was delayed eight days due to an exploit it discovered. The exploit would've made it impossible to know which team legitimately completed the Prestige Raid first.
Now, Bungie has said it can not reliably patch the exploit in time - but doesn't want to delay the Prestige raid any longer. "A safe fix is still being investigated for this issue", Bungie community manager Chris "Cozmo" Shannon wrote. And today Bungie confirmed that the Prestige Mode is still on track for next week's release, but the fix is taking more effort than initially planned. Because of this, we are pushing the fix off to a later date. The developer explained the reasoning for this, saying, 'The last thing we want to do is fix an exploit some players are using, only to break other parts of the game for everyone. We can now detect if any teams use this exploit to gain an advantage. "This will take some extra time to verify, but we will be able to crown the winners with the confidence they deserve".
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The Prestige Raid will launch in Destiny 2 at 6pm BST on October 18. We don't want to make you wait any longer to experience what the raid team has cooked up for those of you who enjoy a challenge worthy of your talents.
Cozmo also revealed that the studio will share more details about Raid Challenges next week. These Challenges 'have been created to make you rethink familiar encounters, ' and this probably means there'll be some changing of enemy placements, and perhaps even other obstacles?
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