Bungie unleashes ‘Destiny’ Update 1.1.2 with fixes on game elements; DLC “House of Wolves” on tract after latest update launched

By Staff Writer

Mar 19, 2015 06:43 AM EDT

As was promised by game developer Bungie, "Destiny" Update 1.1.2 was recently unleashed before the launch of the DLC "House of Wolves." The latest update focused on five elements of the game.

Bungie kept its promise that it would be releasing another update despite "Destiny" Update 1.1.1 just hot off the grill. The latest update focused on fixes on vault space, raid fixes, audio & visual, PvP ammunition and strikes, based on a report from Game Informer. However, Bungie would not guarantee that the current update would be able to provide fixes for all encountered issues on the five elements mentioned. Then again, the five elements were currently the focus of "Live Team" for "Destiny."

In an earlier report, Bungie admitted that certain bugs emerged after the release of "Destiny" Update 1.1.1. Among these was the concerns surrounding the 4th Horseman; the Update 1.1.1 caused that gamer's stats on the weapon to flash incorrectly. Also, gamers experienced "Weasel errors" as well as missing items when using the Companion app.

This time, Bungie said that the "Live Team" for "Destiny" would focus on making the gamers happy with fixes and updates on the game, while their loyal gamers wait for the DLC "House of Wolves." The "Live Team" had been doing a lot listening and gathering of feedback from gamers, based on a report from Tech Times.

Add to that, Bungie had been working very hard to remain on top of its game, especially after bagging the "Best Game" at the 2015 BAFTA. Bungie President Harold Ryan expressed his gratitude to the fans in a statement upon receiving the award by saying that their efforts on keeping the game more engaging and likable was due to the fans support. He added that what they were doing to enhance the game was entirely a labor of love.

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