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Bungie Responds To The Destiny 2 Shader Controversy

Now that Destiny 2 is out in the wild, players are starting to discover the game's various new systems. One of those systems makes shaders consumable items this time around, which has gotten quite a few players up in arms. According to Bungie's Luke Smith, however, there's really not...
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