Destiny 2: Wormgod Caress Exotic Titan gauntlets & Radiant Dance Machines Exotic Hunter leg armor temporarily disabled
However, Destiny 2 players have been facing some problems which are spoiling their experience in all PvP activities and Gambit.
It seems both equipment either appear to be greyed out when already equipped or cannot be equipped at all.
This problem has been inconveniencing Destiny 2 players as they are unable to play the game properly.
So something weird is going on lol I cannot equip a shader to my radiant dance machines is this happening to anyone else? Are they a special type of exotic where you cannot put a shader on them please let me know much appreciated in advance for any help given.
Titan here.Right now my power level is a ridiculous 1409. Also I have Wormgod equipped but it’s greyed out. Is anyone else having this problem?
However, there seems to be a reason why players are unable to use the aforementioned equipment in the game.
Bungie Help has said that the Radiant Dance Machines Exotic Hunter leg armor has been temporarily disabled in all PvP activities and Gambit.
This has been done because of an issue which allows Hunters to dodge more attacks than intended in a row.
On the other hand, an issue causes Titans to do damage with the throwing hammers in large amounts unintentionally.
This is why the Wormgod Caress Exotic Titan gauntlets in Destiny 2 have also been disabled temporarily.
Thus both equipment in Destiny 2 i.e., Wormgod Caress Exotic Titan gauntlets and Radiant Dance Machines Exotic Hunter leg armor, will be disabled until Bungie fixes their respective issues.
Hopefuly, the developer and publisher of Desitny 2 fixes the aforementioned issues with the equipment soon.
That said, we will report back with more details as and when new information becomes available so stay tuned.
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