Bungie games always updating
All installed games and apps should be updated automatically.Also while the Xbox is off and instant on is selected games and apps should auto update.Bungie's weekly update then moved onto a more recent controversy that sent the Destiny player base into a confused frenzy: the patch notes for update 2.1, which arrived on Tuesday.The notes included tweaks to weapon balance — changes that Bungie had announced nearly four weeks prior, on Nov. The weapons section of original patch notes, as published Dec. But apparently, the tweaks mentioned in the notes weren't actually the changes Bungie made in the game. 9, and players began to complain that the new changes appeared to be inconsequential.So if a multiplayer Play Station 4 game is 30 FPS, it has to be 30 FPS on Play Station 4 Pro.So, if Bungie is able to get the game running at 60 FPS on Project Scorpio, they’re free to launch it like that.For example, the original post listed base damage increases of 3 percent, 7 percent and 4 percent to different types of auto rifles, and base damage reductions of 9 percent, 8 percent, 8 percent and 2 percent for groups of pulse rifles.But according to the updated notes, the actual tweaks were one or two orders of magnitude lower — 0.3 percent, 0.7 percent and 0.04 percent for the auto rifle buffs, and 0.9 percent, 0.9 percent, 0.9 percent and 0.97 percent for the pulse rifle nerfs.
The Xbox One won’t hold Project Scorpio back, only marketing deals and the Play Station 4 Pro will. Sony touted the Play Station 4 Pro as a direct competitor to PCs but it looks like even its most valued partners don’t think so.Destiny 2 is one of the most anticipated games of the year and right now its beta is in full swing on the Play Station 4 and Xbox One.Players seem to be having a great time getting a sneak peek at the game and Bungie has since stated that the beta has been “amazingly helpful” for the development team.The console is meant to be the ultimate tool for developers to showcase the best versions of their titles according to Phil Spencer.From what we understand, given the customized CPU in Project Scorpio, Destiny 2 should be able to run at 1080p 60 FPS on the console because it can run at 60 FPS on less powerful gaming machines.