Destiny 2 fans who have been around since the days of the original Destiny release were excited to hear about the return of the Vault of Glass raid, as many remember fondly the days of cheesing Atheon, the final boss with a funny and memorable glitch that saw the boss jump off a ledge.
As it turns out, despite a huge portion of the community thinking it was a joke, Bungie has confirmed they won't allow such a glitch to come into play during the upcoming World First raid race, the devs announced via social media.
"We have identified an issue where players can potentially push Raid Bosses off of ledges. If players attempt to use this as a strategy during the Vault of Glass World First Raid they will be disqualified. We will provide additional information once available," the Bungie Help Twitter account posted.
Bungie's community manager confirmed this by quote tweeting the post, adding that they'll "be watching and validating teams as they approach the finish line. No funny business."
Destiny Vault of Glass Atheon glitch
For those unaware, the glitch would allow players to make Atheon, the final boss of the VoG raid, jump off a cliff, as he was programmed to dodge incoming grenade damage.
The glitch was patched up all the way back in 2014, but it had such an impact it remains a cherished memory within veteran Destiny fans.
The Destiny 2 Vault of Glass raid race will kick-off on 22nd May at 10:00am PT (6:00pm BST)
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