earlier this week, Fate 2Lost season has begun, bringing with it new missions, stories, and strange gear. One particular piece of exotic equipment, and some fancy new boots for hunters, quickly became famous (and loathed) because it essentially allowed players to block the way. Fate 2 Plays in PvP. Now, Bungie has kicked the shoes, leaving the dance-loving hunters heartbroken.
The strange shoes in question are radioactive dance machines, which first appeared in Saucepan, but has now reappeared in Fate 2 Next to the new season. Originally, in the first game, these peculiar shoes increased your movement speed as you set your sights on. in a Fate 2These Hunter Boots now allow you to use your dodge ability multiple times in a row for a short period of time as long as you are close to an enemy. This led to some problems.
as explained JamespotPhil HornshawThese shoes can be paired with additional items that add new attributes to your dribbling ability. The right combinations can get in the way Fate 2 Play. One example given is people using Dynamo mod for Void-based helmets. This mode gives players super power whenever they use dribbling and it can also be stacked. With the right structure and a bit of practice, players can easily fill their super bars in a short amount of time.
As you might expect, this was quickly exploited by Saucepan players, leading to complaints that the stranger was broken and conquered. So last night, apparently in response to these comments, Bungie temporarily disabled the new boots in PVP and Gambit modes. Like that city in freestyleBanji announced, stop dancing! Stop dancing! Stop it! (You can still use shoes outside of these modes.)
Bungie Community Managers And Fate 2 Players had some fun on Twitter after the announcement of the ban on fishermen dancing. Although some have also questioned why these shoes are charged in the game like this. To be clear: Players don’t use a bug to get all these quirks and super powerful abilities. They’re using Radiant Dance Machines as intended, which allows them to dribble more and makes their dribbling attributes more effective in the process. This seems like an issue that Bungie wasn’t anticipating Saucepan Players to take advantage of new powerful equipment.
But whatever it is, let’s not worry about that and instead listen to the song “Safety Dance” that relates a bit to this story and which is now stuck in my mind.
“we We can dance if you want to You could leave your friends behind…”
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