Destiny 2 – Update Adjusts Requirements for Riven’s Wishes

It also lets players put the Chivalric Fire Legendary Sword from their Collections, though it won’t be Masterworked till the next update.

Destiny 2’s latest collaboration is live with Mass Effect-themed armor sets and cosmetics. Of course, the update also brings several improvements and changes, including the ability to reacquire the Legendary sword, Chivalric Fire, from Collections. Despite the “fire” in its name, it’s a Void sword. Go figure.

If you want to pull a fully Masterworked version from Collections, it’s best to wait until Update 7.3.5. Other changes in the current update include fixing Stormcaller’s Ball Lightning when it wouldn’t spawn if activated after slide cancelling. The requirements for Riven’s Wishes, which allow for obtaining Last Wish raid weapons, have also been adjusted.

Check out the full update notes below. Destiny 2 will receive its next expansion, The Final Shape, on June 4th for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC, with more details coming in April. While it concludes the Light and Darkness saga, there will be Episodes to continue the story, though it’s unknown in what way, shape or form.

Destiny 2 Update

Gameplay and Investment


  • Players can now reacquire the Chivalric Fire Legendary Sword from Collections.
  • Another fix will be implemented in Update 7.3.5, so this weapon can be pulled from Collections fully Masterworked.


Stormcaller Warlock

  • Fixed an issue where the Ball Lightning melee projectile could fail to spawn when activated immediately after canceling a slide.


  • Adjusted requirements for Riven’s Wishes.
  • Fixed an issue where Exotic armor pieces available as Riven’s Wishes rewards would show their base stats from Collections.
  • Fixed an issue where the Supernova Sprint Triumph would not unlock for players that complete the Starcrossed Exotic mission in less than 20 minutes.