Destiny 2 February 11th update released, Hotfix 2.7.1.1 full release notes unveiled

Bungie has released a new hotfix patch for Destiny 2. According to the team, the February 11th update brings some fixes to Iron Banner and Gambit. It also packs a fix for the Carousel. However, it appears that this hotfix again causes loss of currencies and materials.

Now the good news is that Bungie has identified the issue causing loss of materials and currencies after Hotfix 2.7.1.1. Therefore, all player accounts will roll back to the state they were in at 8:30 AM PST prior to Hotfix 2.7.1.1.

Bungie aims to fix this issue via a new update/hotfix at 1:30 PM PST. Nevertheless, you can find below the full release notes for the February 11th update.

Destiny 2 February 11th Hotfix 2.7.1.1 Release Notes
ACTIVITIES
Iron Banner
  • Added a Triumph to track Iron Banner Packages earned in Season 9. This will retroactively count all packages already earned this season.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the Efrideet’s Gift Triumph from completing when players earned 50 Iron Banner packages in Season 9. This is retroactive
Gambit
  • Fixed an issue where resetting your Infamy rank could reset progress on the “Get Closer” pursuit. This is retroactive, and will auto-complete for any players that has already been above Mythic this season.
EVERVERSE
Carousel
  • Fixed an issue where Solar Class emotes were incorrectly priced. Emotes will now be correctly priced at 500 Silver, and the carousel will be visible once more.

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