Since Destiny 2 is such an important game and Bungie has to balance many elements of the looters shooter game, it is often quite difficult to keep all players happy with the upcoming changes and patches.
An example of this comes from Destiny 2s Season of the Lost and its Champion mods, which left many players bitter about what would end up being the longest Seasons meta in the game. Another example is much more recent, as yesterday Bungie lowered drop rates for quick activities during the Festival of the Lost.
In fact, Destiny 2 players could easily farm Spectral Pages and Candy by completing Nightfall, the Expunge: Tartarus mission, and Wrathborn Hunts this week. The community received the nerf badly, and those players who had already taken advantage of these farming methods ended up completing their page collection much faster than anyone else. As such, Bungie has a responsibility to have to modify many items and abilities with the December patch, which could leave some players unhappy with the result.
Today, Bungie Senior Community Manager dmg04 announced that the December patch that comes with the 30th Anniversary Pack will involve some tweaks to a popular Titan Exotic: the Dunemarchers. These exotic legs have always been a benchmark in both PVE and PVP in Destiny 2, but they've also been buggy for a long time. What they do is chain the bow damage to the enemies around the target of the melee abilities, and the problem is that they seem to have a much greater range and effect than intended.
Dunemarchers can sometimes break through walls and chain to and from corpses in the Crucible and PVE alike, meaning their actual range is much greater and they can break the game. Bungie sometimes has a tendency to break up items by nerfing them on the ground rather than finding a good balance, which is why many Destiny 2 Titan players are unhappy with the changes coming in December.
The Anniversary Pack patch will also include nerfs for Shatterdive, a very powerful Stasis Hunter ability, and Vex Mythoclast, a Raid Exotic from the Vault of Glass. Because Season of the Lost is such a long season, ending in February 2022 when The Witch Queen expansion drops, players prefer to see changes from the current Nightfalls rotation or even seasonal modifications, unlikely as that may be. .