Scavenger mods in PvE games drain a lot of energy from Destiny 2 players: Armor changes are an essential part of Destiny 2‘s build-making process. Players can choose how their guardians will play and interact with the world around them in a way. For example, one type of armor mod call a scavenger mod. And when it’s on, you can pick up more ammo for a weapon than you would typically be able to.
For example, if you have a sniper ammo scavenger mod and pick up a unique ammo brick. You will get more ammo for your weapon than without the mod.
In a game where you always have to shoot your weapons. It’s easy to see why these mods have always been so influential in both the PvE and PvP sandboxes. However, it can destructive when scavenger mods are use in PvP game modes because they let players use their special weapon as their primary weapon if they have enough ammo. As a result, people who play in PvP games will no longer be able to use scavenger mods.
This may sound great, but now that scavenger mods are only helpful in PvE games. Players are getting tired of how much it costs to get them. For example, a single ammo scavenger mod for a shotgun costs four hours to put on leg armor.
Because armor has a maximum of 10 energy, scavenger mods often use up almost half of an armor piece’s energy, making it more and more difficult to add any other mods to the amount of armor.
Players on the official Destiny 2 subreddit agree that the energy cost to equip scavenger mods should reduce at least a little so that players can have more variety in their builds. This is because scavenger mods are no longer use in PvP.