Bungie, during the Holidays, hinted that they'll be making updates to "Destiny 2" as soon as 2018 sets in. They kicked off by implementing a hotfix that allowed non-"Curse of Osiris" owners to once again access both Faction Rally and Iron Banner events. That being said, a widely used Exotic weapon in the game has been noticed by players to be bugged and it also needs some fixing.

The Exotic void Grenade Launcher known as The Colony has grown to become a crowd favorite in both PvP and PvE. However, PC players have recently expressed their concerns about the weapon as it was noticed that it's not working the way it should.

The bugs are bugged

Twitch streamer known as Pumptrain recently brought up the issue as he observed in one of his gameplays that The Colony's enemy-tracking/exploding bugs are bugged. He discovered that the tracking capabilities of its robotic creepy crawlies are somewhat "disabled" whenever the PC's fps setting is higher than 40. However, if it was tweaked to 40 fps or less, the spider robots resume in hunting down nearby targets. A number of folks over on the "Destiny" subreddit have been talking about this as some of them revealed that they have been experiencing it for quite some time now. Some players also stated that this is one of the game's fps-related bugs and are pretty much surprised that this type of issue within the game hasn't been fixed.

In line with this, another respawn glitch was also reported by a group of players who tried the Prestige version of the Nightfall Strike. Per the Redditor ATinySpaceship, his team has managed to chop down the boss' health to as low as five percent. Unfortunately, all of them were eliminated by the adds at the same time. The three of them then decided to wait until they are all ready to get back into the activity.

Nonetheless, by the time they attempted to respawn, they received the tower glitch alongside the message "finding spawn location." As a result, the team went on to do the entire strike all over again.

Other members of the subreddit pointed out the number of adds that were scattered all over the strike area might have caused the glitch that barred them to spawn back into the game.

Bungie, on the other hand, has yet to address these ongoing concerns within "Destiny 2."

Updates next week

Meanwhile, Bungie's Game Director Christopher Barrett recently took to Twitter to hint at some upcoming tweaks that are slated to go live within the game.

According to the tweet, he has been working on a so-called "development update for everyone" that will be announced next week. He even went on stating that there will be "lots of good info to share."Check out a video about "Destiny 2" here: