Destiny 2 loot helps disassemble blue engrams much easier
Destiny 2 hasn't been used for more than four years, but players still have some big complaints about how the game is designed and how the loot works. One example is a very valuable experience. The newly introduced Legendary Astral Alignment allows you to drop 3 sloppy legendary items after 30 minutes of involvement. The new difficulty of seasonal activities brings new life to the old memes from the first year of Destiny 2. The so-called most rewarding content in the game gives the player two blue engrams and a sign.
Blue engrams have always been a source of concern for Destiny 2 players, and it's an even bigger problem as the game evolved in terms of potential loot in the playoffs. In fact, after running Grandmaster Nightfall Strikes a few times, players may create materials such as Ascendant Shards and Enhancement Prisms, but unfortunately we have up to 10 and 50 in stock. Therefore, the rest of the material will be sent to the postmaster. After getting a bunch of items, the postmaster eventually completely removes the oldest ones, creating blue engrams and unwanted ones.
A Reddit user named Impressive_Sea4211 came up with a great idea to solve this problem with a quick switch. Players suggest that the benefits of the recently introduced shoot-to-root are designed to allow players to shoot ammo stones and pick them up from a distance, and the same can be done with blue engrams. That's not the only idea for Impressive_Sea4211. The suggestion is to allow Shoot to Loot to decompose blue engrams on the fly and provide corresponding values in Glimmer and Gunsmith Materials.
This allows Destiny 2 players to quickly get rid of unwanted loot and provides a reasonable solution to the Postmaster problem. Interactions also make Shoot to Loot a very comfortable and valuable advantage for any weapon, but it is possible in low activity or in situations where it is difficult to obtain stones. However, it seems very unlikely that this idea will be implemented.
This isn't the first time the community has shared some fun and effective ideas that Bungie can add to Destiny 2, such as the Telesto decoration that counts the days since the last mistake. Still, the problem of blue engrams continues to exist, which needs to be addressed at some point before the Queen of the Witches comes out.