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Destiny 2 Is Removing A One-Hit Kill Move From PvP

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Destiny 2 Is Removing A One-Hit Kill Move From PvP - GameSpot

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Destiny 2 is patching out a move that allowed players to one-hit kill an enemy in PvP by using a shoulder charge or slide melee, with the change coming into place at the start of Season of the Wish.

Bungie explains that players found a way to work around this change, getting one-hit kills by sliding, firing their weapon, and then continuing into a shoulder charge or slide melee.

The new restriction on one-hit kills follows on from a change made almost two years ago in update 3.4.0, which stopped the Titan's shoulder charge ability from giving a guaranteed one-hit kill.

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Date Published: 22 Nov, 2023 (3 months ago)

Publish Time: 10:11 PM (GMT +8:00)

Language: English

Story Length: 366 words

Reading Time: 3 minutes read

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Story Rating: Rated #113 (out of 157 stories this day)

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Story ID: #2154102

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