Destiny 2’s Season of the Deep is bringing even more changes to weapon crafting in the game. Guardians will now be able to unlock specific weapon crafting patterns using the Deepsight activation on certain weapons. However, this process will require a new currency known as Deepsight Harmonizer. Here is what you need to know about this new feature:
Costs and Availability
The Deepsight Harmonizers will be the primary currency used for unlocking weapon crafting patterns in Destiny 2. However, not all weapons will be eligible for this process. Non-raid weapons will cost one Harmonizer, while raid weapons will require 15 Spoils of Conquest on top of the Harmonizer cost.
Deepsight Harmonizers can be obtained from Season pass rank rewards, with three available in the free track and three more in the premium track. It is important to note that only one Deepsight Harmonizer can be stored in the inventory at any time and there will be limitations on the weapons eligible for this process.
Weapons that previously had Deepsight applied to them will be ineligible for the new weapon crafting pattern process. Guardians will, therefore, need to obtain a non-red-border version of a gun for each usage of a Deepsight Harmonizer. Weapons purchased from a raid vendor are not eligible, although there are specific steps that can be taken in a raid to guarantee obtaining a Deepsight weapon. Guns bought from Xur or the Gunsmith can go through the Deepsight activation process.
Guardians will also not be able to complete this process if they have already unlocked the pattern for that specific weapon, as there would be no reason to do so.
Crafting Cost Updates
In Season 21, Legendary Shard costs will be removed from all crafting components, but the Glimmer and Enhancement Core costs will remain the same. Enhanced weapon costs will be based on weapon Masterwork costs, which means that Legendary Shards will still be required.
Season of the Deep Update
Bungie has teased that Season of the Deep will not just introduce new weapon crafting changes. When it arrives on May 23, players can look forward to a return to Titan, new aquatic-themed armor and fewer Pinnacle drops. New Strand Aspects will also be available next season, and several Supers are getting a significant boost.
Destiny 2’s Season of the Deep is shaping up to be an exciting time for Guardians. With a new weapon crafting pattern process, Deepsight Harmonizers, and cost updates, players have plenty to look forward to. Get ready to take on new challenges and explore a whole new world of weapon crafting.