Scallywag is Destiny 2’s new seasonal title for its loot season. To obtain this seal, Guardians must complete a number of challenges, also known as Triumphs.
However, the community deemed these challenges too difficult. While a certain part of the community has already managed to grab this title, the developers have thought of reducing the requirements a bit.
Changed requirements for the Scallywag Seal in Destiny 2 Season of Plunder
As mentioned in the last Bungie blog, the developers have made some adjustments to the challenges required to complete the Seal of Scallywag in Destiny 2. The changes are as follows:
- The biggest change to the requirements is that Guardians now only have to complete 8 out of 9 challenges. This was done to give Guardians more flexibility when trying to complete these challenges.
- The Vendor Upgrade Required challenge will now be completed if Guardians can get 14 reputation out of 23 reputation.
- Instead of five times, Guardians will now need to promote their teammates to first companion, then summon them once to complete the associated victory.
- Guardians will now only need to defeat 10 Ruffians instead of 50 to earn the associated victory in Destiny 2 Season of Plunder.
These are the changes that have been announced, and these changes will go into effect with the next weekly reset. It’s also quite possible that Bungie will come up with additional changes related to the Seasonal Seal, as they’ve asked the community to stay tuned to the Bungie Help Twitter channel for more updates.
What those changes will be, no one knows yet. But it’s a little strange to see the company stepping in now that there are only two weeks left in the looting season. But either way, these seals are collectibles, so there’s still time for everyone in the community to get them.
Lately, it seems Bungie has been listening to the community. The PvP portion of Destiny 2 has been a pain for developers for quite some time now. The community complained about numerous issues with the mod, and Bungie slowly began rolling out changes and fixes for these issues.
To make things even more interesting, the developers have put together a list of all the changes Guardians will be able to see in the Crucible during Destiny 2 Season 19. From new game modes to tweaks to in-game matchmaking systems, the developers are introducing a series of changes.
The full list of changes is mentioned in Latest TWAB Released by Developers every Thursday. Overall, Bungie is going to change a lot of things in the game starting with Season 19, and those changes will continue to show up even after Lightfall launches.
Destiny 2 Lightfall is set to go live on February 23, 2023. The new expansion will see a trip to Vanguard Newmona, a hidden city in Jovian Airspace, to seek the answers they need to defeat Voir and his Dark Fleet. . What happens from now on will be interesting to see.