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Destiny 2 Blind Well matchmaking bug requires slow walking

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Picture of Blind Well's environment in Destiny 2
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Bungie are having some fairly weird issues with Destiny 2 lately, although none of them are game-breaking. Not entirely at least. In the case of the Blind Well matchmaking issue, it would appear the workaround is simply walking slowly.

Destiny 2 is a bug galore lately, but it still doesn't even come near Fallout 76 as it's still fairly polished and an enjoyable game if you can look past Activision's shenanigans. One bug that was really bad by Bungie's standards prevented players from accessing Blind Well.

The bug will be fixed soon, there is no doubt about it, but Bungie offered a workaround until that happens. Bungie's help desk advised players to enter Blind Well, slowly, while hugging the right side wall of the hallway. As odd as it sounds, it reportedly works and fans are having a field day with memes about the workaround. 

We mentioned earlier that Destiny 2 became somewhat of a bug fiesta lately. but others proved to be much more light-hearted and actually funny. One bug in particular, that didn't even make it to live servers, was found by Bungie and patched out.

Since the patch note said that a boss appeared in three times the intended size, fans demanded they see this bug in action and Bungie actually posted the video of the massive Protheon, the Modular Mind, now commonly known as "bigboi".

Naturally, this bug also prompted fans to meme around, with one going as far as creating a Twitter account named Protheon, but 3x bigger. This boss was especially a source of fun for the Destiny 2 community ever since they saw the patch notes for the first time.

BungiePicture of Blind Well's environment in Destiny 2Black Armory is giving players a hard time

Meanwhile, those who decided to spend their time in or around Black Armory found themselves unable to complete Lost Forges. Bungie reduced the power requirement for the activity and even reduced the difficulty. While the drop of five in power requirement is not that big of a deal, it is what the developers could do at the moment and will look to address the issue further down the road.