Bungie are constantly working on identifying and fixing new issues that are brought to their notice in Destiny 2 across all three platforms- we bring reports to this effect almost every single week, and that’s exactly what we have here today. Bungie’s official Twitter helpdesk recently put up a couple of posts to talk about new issues that they’ve managed to identify, and known issues that they’ve managed to fix.
For starters, Bungie have confirmed that the issue which causes Destiny: The Collection codes to incorrectly show as expired has now been fixed, and if you’re one of the people who has impacted by this issue, the studio has advised you to to try redeeming the code again.
Additionally, in another tweet, Bungie acknowledged that the bug that results in Gunsmith Engrams not awarding Shaders, before confirming that they’re currently working on coming up with a fix for this issue. The studio has promised that they will keep updating fans and players on how this progresses in the near future.
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An issue in which Destiny: The Collection codes were incorrectly showing as expired should now be resolved. Players with an impacted code will need to try redeeming the code again. If the issue persists, please report in the Help forums: https://t.co/9lcpiG3pif
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) January 6, 2018
We are currently investigating a fix for an issue that results in Gunsmith Engrams not awarding Shaders. Updates on our progress will be shared in the near future.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) January 4, 2018