Destiny 2 Update 3.3.2: Release Date, Patch Notes and Everything You Need To Know

Here's everything you need to know regarding Destiny 2 Update 3.3.2

The release of Destiny 2 Update 3.3.2 is hotly anticipated off the back of 3.3.1, but what can players expect with the new update?

3.3.1 featured a number of fixes, including sandbox changes to Grandmaster Nightfall, lowering the difficulty to Corrupted Nightfall and UI changes to cross-play.

Here’s everything you need to know about Destiny 2 Update 3.3.2

We do not have an official release date at this time for Patch 3.3.2, however judging by the usual timetable, we can expect a new release in the next 3-4 weeks, so early November.

If there are issues in the meantime there may be a Hotfix released by Bungie for 3.3.1, which was made available on servers on Wednesday October 13th, so this could potentially push back a further update and the release of 3.3.2

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Patch Notes

Here are the official Patch Notes for Destiny 



  • Changed how Mini Screebs from the Festering Rupture modifier are networked to give a more consistent experience.
  • This should prevent mini-screebs from burrowing into the ground and ending otherwise perfect Nightfall runs.


  • Trials of Osiris (and other matchmade activities) should no longer trigger Baboon errors if players quit between rounds or during a hard wipe.



  • Updated the description of the “Pinnacle” Seasonal Challenge to better direct players to Pinnacle-tiered rewards



  • Fixed some issues with Telesto
  • Editor’s Note: Restart the clock
  • No longer attaches to allies, will instead impact and detonate
  • Bolts can no longer be shot and destroyed
  • Reduce the bolt lifetime from 10 seconds to ~5 seconds when spawned on the environment (proximity to enemies still detonates)



  • Fixed an issue that allowed allied players to be damaged and frozen by Diamond Lance.
  • Fixed an issue where more Sentinel Shield super energy was being drained by Scorn sniper attacks than intended.
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