Bungie's "Destiny 2" is just weeks away from hitting the shelves and the game maker is all prepped up for it. However, its player base still has some lingering questions in them regarding cooldowns and weapons. That being said, Game Director Luke Smith has provided some details about these mentioned elements in the game including the correlation of perks and exotics.

Fans are not liking it

Players who got to play "Destiny 2's" beta version have noticed the slow cooldown time after they've performed their character's abilities. The developer explained that the version of the game that they've dished out for its beta gameplay is already a month old and a lot has been added and modified since then.

It is expected that this will be hastened by the time the polished version of the game comes out.

Meanwhile, the weapon system overhaul is probably one of the most talked about changes in "Destiny 2." The tweak has not gone down too well among the fandom as they were given the impression that the game maker is that eager to fix the prevailing problems in the Crucible portion of the title.

Smith stated that the new weapon system will be advantageous to both of the game's PvP and PvE modes. He added that the said move will make it easier for Bungie's design team to determine the damage being shelled out by players.

As aforementioned, perks and exotics will now be dependent on the player's activity during gameplay.

This will speed up players' recharge time unlike in the first game that is influenced by the character's statistics.

Pre-load next week

Now that "Destiny 2" is at hand, players – especially Xbox One gamers who pre-ordered the first-person shooter – can pre-load the title sometime next week. PlayStation 4 users, on the other hand, can preload it on August 31.

Bungie also confirmed that they'd be present at this year's Gamescom in Germany and hinted that they will be making an announcement during the event. The developer also revealed that there will be a Day-One update for "Destiny 2," though its contents were not disclosed. It is said that the update will be out somewhere near the games' actual release date.

The game's mobile app - "Destiny Companion" - will also be getting an update. The inbound patch is slated to bring in a couple of new features into the app namely Clan Support and the Explore tab. The game is scheduled to be released this September 6 for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles while the PC platform will be getting it the following month. Check out a video about the game here: