Next Season Will Bring More Exotic Armor Changes for Destiny 2
Another round of changes have been revealed for Aeon Cult Exotic arms, specifically “sect mods” found within Swift, Soul and Safe Aeon devices.
At first, there’s the Sect of Force Aeon mod, which has been revamped to give allies a significant damage bonus against powerful combatants – previously associated with Sect of Insight. Beating Champions or minibosses no longer grants bonus melee and grenade energy; rather, this benefit has been adjusted so it benefits Aeon Cult users equipped with other Sect mods; stunning Champions with stunning precision hits or rapid precision hits will mark them instead, enabling allies to deal 20% additional damage against marked enemies while marking enemies will reward allies with bonus melee/grenade energy upon marking an enemy for the first time – Aeon Cult allies without Sect of Force equipped will receive bonus melee/grenade energy upon first marking an enemy for marking purposes!
Also, the Sect of Insight has lost its damage buff and gained an extra Super energy bonus instead. This bonus applies to Aeon Cult allies who don’t possess this mod; ammo generation benefits against elite enemies, Champions and minibosses remain unchanged; Sect of Vigor provides damage resistance both when allies die or when revived (casting Supers no longer provides healing but instead confers damage resistance), lasting as long as you remain close by; Aeon Cult allies without this equipped will see their class ability regeneration much quicker;
Season of the Wish sees many changes to Exotics being implemented and Apotheosis Veil, Triton Vice and Ophidia Spathe have seen notable transformations that will give them new lease on life with their adjustments. Aeon Exotics have undergone substantial overhauls as their benefits have been brought up-to-date to correspond with today’s sandbox offering users more bonuses beyond heavy ammo production benefits.