Server maintenance concluded earlier today for Bungie’s Destiny 2 with the developer deploying a new hotfix for various issues. It also brought the beta for Guided Games, which comes just in time for the weekly reset and a new Nightfall.
Right now, Guided Games is only for the Nightfall and a select group of players will be able to test it. You’ll first need a Nightfall Ticket as a Seeker. From there, navigate to an icon that’s to the bottom right of the Nightfall from the Director and you can select whether to be a Seeker or a Guide (which consists of clan members who will assist someone in a Strike).
Lastly, have 45 minutes on hand and mic hooked up because voice chat is required. Bungie took to Twitter to clarify that the Tickets are available only to select Seekers. Anyone can queue to be a Guide though.
As for the hotfix, it fixes an issue that caused players to not receive the MIDA Mini-Tool if their weapon inventory was full. If yours wasn’t received, just head to Devrim Kay in the European Dead Zone to pick it up. Check out the full patch notes below.
Destiny 2 126.96.36.199 Hot Fix Patch Notes
- Fixed an issue that caused Clan Rosters to not be displayed in game
- Fixed an issue that caused players to not receive MIDA Mini-Tool when they have a full weapon inventory
- Players can obtain their missing MIDA Mini-Tool from Devrim Kay
- Fixed a rare memory leak that would result in a crash
During the Guided Game Beta, only a subset of players received Guided Game tickets at the Postmaster which are needed to queue as a Seeker. https://t.co/AN7U2un3Qb
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) September 12, 2017