Bungie released a new hotfix in Destiny 2 fixing a bunch of bugs and exploits in-game. One of the bugs was Wish-Ender’s insane damage numbers. After the patch was deployed across every platform, the damage was turned down back to normal. But shortly after, players found another bug that’s way worse than the previous one.
Destiny 2: Wish-Ender Bug Allows One-Shot Opponents in PvP
If you’re still unaware of this insane bug, we suggest you check out our article covering this in-depth. Now, let’s talk about the damage inside PvP. According to the video posted by Cheese Forever, it seems the bow is now capable of one-shotting enemies in their Supers too. Firstly, we’ve had Telesto trying its best to break the game. And after Bungie had enough of its tricks, they straight up disabled the exotic weapon; it looks like the same is going to happen with Wish-Ender very soon. Check out the video by Cheese Forever showing this bug demolishing guardians in PvP:
The Wish-Ender bug is yet to be fixed in Destiny 2. We’re hoping for Bungie to release a patch as soon as possible as this could really ruin the experience for many, but keeping one thing in mind that pulling this glitch off in PvP is going to be really hard as you can’t find objects required for this bug everywhere on the map.
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.