Bungie has been poking and prodding its extensive Destiny 2 roadmap this week, confirming it's delayed a bunch of key features for the Engram grinding simulator.
Chiefly, the Nightfall Strike's unique weapons will no longer roll out as part of the February 27 update 1.1.3, although the Scoring & High Score Tracking are still due out as planned.
Apparently, Bungie needs a little more time to ensure the rewards are that extra bit special, so they've been moved to March's update 1.1.4 alongside the reduction in Exotic duplicate drops and a feature allowing you to view vendors in the companion app.
Elsewhere, the Exotic gear sandbox tweaks have been shoved back to update 1.2.0, which is expected to be released in May. This also coincides with the launch of the next major Destiny 2 expansion, which we've yet to clap eyes on.
Be sure to check out this week's Milestones if you haven't done so already, and don't forget to take part in the new Faction Rally if you've got some spare time. Destiny 2 launched on PS4 and Xbox One in September last year, and despite what you may or may not have heard, is actually rather good.