Updated 02:18 AM EDT, Fri, Sep 18, 2020

'Destiny The Taken King' November Update Details: Refer-A-Friend Program, Legendary Swords & More

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After it was released in September, developers of "Destiny: The Taken King" want to make sure that all players enjoy their gaming experience.

Aside from playing with friends, TechTimes said that Bungie introduced the "Refer-a-Friend" program.

"We're planning something new to recognize and reward the Sherpas among you. We are calling it Refer-a-Friend. Maybe you have a friend who will be getting Destiny as a gift this season. Perhaps their gift-giver will even be picking it up for them at a holiday sale coming to a store near you. If you intend to show them the way to the mountaintop, we'll have new rewards aimed at recognizing your service to the Kinderguardian," the update announcement read as per TechTimes.

The developer claimed that they are still working on a few details on the new offering to the players and other updates for this month.

VG247 said the update of the game for this month will include "the ability to buy Legendary swords from Lord Shaxx."

Expected to arrive next week, the update is anticipated to add weapons like the Gunsmith and the Banshee-44 selling Weapon Parts.

"The November Update will also contain good news for Hunters who draw from the Void with a fix that re-enables the Quiver perk. Nightstalkers will now be able to shoot three Shadowshots again, without the added "bonus" that previously took the rest of us to infinity and beyond," added the Bungie's announcement.

In addition, Express said that players of the game has, since the release of the game, have been asking for improvements on the game.

However, the game's creative director Luke Smith said the potential changes may not come soon to the game.

"A bunch of the stickiness of Destiny for me is that it's the bar I can go to when I get home, where I can wear my pajamas and shoot the shit with my friends. It's a game that's best played with others, and it's our responsibility to embrace that further in the game. I think matchmaking can make other players disposable to you," explained Smith in a GamesRadar report.

He also explained why people quit out of strikes. "There's no consequence to their departure, just a punishment for that disposable person on the other end of the line," added the creative director.

"Destiny: The Taken King" was released last September 15 for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.

The game's website revealed that the first-person shooter game introduced "a new story campaign and quests, new enemies to fight, new locations to explore, new Strikes and Crucible maps, a new Raid that will put players to the ultimate test."

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