The season, which started on 23 May, is now on its sixth week after the 4 July weekly reset with Bungie revealing what can fans expect for the second stretch of the season.
On a developer update on the Bungie official site, the devs stated that, while this mid-season update is smaller compared to previous ones, there is still a lot to look forward to, especially if you're anticipating Destiny 2 weapon changes.
Without further ado, take a look at the full Destiny 2 Season of the Deep mid-season patch notes down below.
Destiny 2 Season of the Deep mid-season full patch notes
First off, let's start by listing changes to weapon archetypes and specific guns.
- Reduced auto aim angle at 0 Aim Assist stat by ~10%.
- Increased fixed damage falloff start distance from 15m to 25m.
- Increased fixed damage falloff end distance from 20m to 45m.
- Increased final accuracy by ~10%.
- Made improvements to Shayura's Wrath ADS dynamic reticle.
- Reduced the spread angle of the outer horizontal pellets by 15%.
- Increased PvE damage by 67%.
- Removed the extra aim assist provided by the catalyst.
- Reduced the damage dealt by the Cosmology explosion by 40% against players. Damage in PvE unchanged.
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- Reduced range stat by 10.
- Fixed an issue where the Chimera perk on the catalyst wasn't applying the buffs to Kinetic and Power slot weapons.
- Reduced auto aim penalty by 37.5%.
- Reduced auto aim penalty by 33%.
- Reduced maximum damage versus players from 40% to 25%.
- Damage in PvE unchanged.
Destiny 2 Season of the Deep mid-season update - Release date
One final thing to mention is that we don't have an actual release date for the mid-season update. Once we do, we'll update the article accordingly.
And that's it! As Bungie said, it isn't the biggest mid-season update, but it brings some interesting changes.