Various Dares of Eternity foes also have shields that can only be broken with certain types of heavy weapons – you can see how under-levelled players with none of the appropriate guns might struggle. While the situation wasn’t ideal, veteran Destiny 2 players rose to the challenge. Senior community manager Dylan ‘dmg04’ Gafner put a call out to experienced players on Twitter to lower their power level and hop into the dungeon to pull New Lights to safety, promising an emblem as a thank you to those who did.
Bungie has tweaked the Dares of Eternity dungeon so that new Destiny 2 players aren’t pushed in before they’ve learned to protect themselves. Dares of Eternity’s power level has been dropped to 1,100, and players will not be instantly launched into the dungeon before acquiring a heavy weapon, according to Bungie. Because New Light players begin Destiny 2 with a power level of 1,000, the first adjustment is useful. Bungie first set the strength level of Dares of Eternity to 1,150, which meant you could barely touch the foes you were up against.
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