Bungie recently released one of the most complex puzzles in Destiny’s history – The Corridors of Time. They revealed in this week’s TWAB that the idea for this puzzle has been around since Sleeper Simulant quest was released in Warmind. But with the Season of Dawn, it seemed a perfect fit with the theme of this season. Now, let’s talk about glitches. Yes, Destiny 2’s worst villain. Earlier this month, players sound a glitch in Destiny 2 that involved, you guessed it – Telesto. This Destiny 2 glitch can get you infinite “Knock ‘Em Down” perk timer. Furthermore, a new God Mode glitch has been discovered in Destiny 2.
Destiny 2: New God Mode Glitch
This glitch was discovered by Squirelockholms who has been breaking Destiny 2 for a while now. This glitch allows you to become immune to certain raid wipe mechanics, not taking environmental damage (i.e. standing in fire or Radiolaria), and many more. The glitch itself is a bit tricky to pull off as it requires a swing of buttons. Watch the video from Cheese Forever below:
This is probably the most game-breaking glitch we’ve gotten so far as it can bypass the actual mechanics in the raid encounters. Meaning, you can solo Kalli, with no wipe mechanics, what so ever. You can also use this glitch in the Garden of Salvation raid (released in Shadowkeep) to take infinite Voltaic Overflow charges. Let’s just hope Bungie patches this God Mode glitch as soon as possible as it minimizes the core mechanics of specific activities.
Destiny was released on September 9, 2014, on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. Destiny 2 was released on September 4, 2017, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It was released later in 2019 on Google Stadia.