Mods are one of the major components in Destiny 2. With mods equipable on both weapons and armor sets, players could maximize their damage and grant them different ability buffs depending on what mods they are using. Right now, one of the best ways to get these armor mods is from Banshee-44. Every day at reset, Banshee-44 in the Tower gets two random mods, but that’s going to change in season 14.
In This Week at Bungie blog post, Bungie talked more about how they are planning on keeping Ada-1, who was previously introduced into the game with Black Armory season, active in the game. In order to do this, Ada-1 will take the job of Banshee-44 at the start of season 14. This means she will be the main vendor for armor mods and will have randomly chosen mods every day at reset.
“Each day, Ada-1 will now sell one randomly chosen armor mod from the general and armor slot (Helmet, Gauntlets, etc.) groups, and one randomly chosen Combat Style armor mod (chosen from the Charged with Light and Warmind Cell mod groups).”
On top of that, Ada-1 will also sell randomly chosen armor set with different stats every week. She will also be taking the responsibility of providing Guardians with Upgrade Modules, Enhancement Prisms, and Ascendant Shards.
Furthermore, Bungie has planned some changes for Banshee-44 as well. Starting season 14, Banshee-44 will not sell any armor mods. Instead, he will be selling six randomly rolled weapons (two weapons each from the Kinetic, Energy, and Power slots) from the World loot pool with every weekly reset.
Bungie is adding a lot of quality-of-life changes to vendors with season 14. Not to mention, Transmog is also coming next season with Ada-1 being the main vendor for it.
Next season, Destiny’s classic Vault of Glass raid returns from the Destiny Content Vault with some new changes for the World’s First race.
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Zuhaad Ali is a gamer and writer who started off playing video games in the early 2000s. He mostly plays multiplayer games like Destiny or Call of Duty, and Overwatch.
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