Destiny: Glitches Let Players Cheese Winter’s Run And Saber Nightfall

Bungie thought that they could get around the glitches in Destiny? Well, they are wrong. There’s a new cheese method in the Nightfall Winter’s Run. But that’s not all, there’s also a new underground glitch method in the Saber Nightfall that just went up in place of Winter’s Run. Destiny is out now for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, while Rise of Iron is out now for Xbox One and PS4.

Keep in mind that if Winter’s Run Nightfall ever comes back there’s a new glitch that works under the stage. You can position yourself so that you won’t get shot or take damage, but you can dish out damage while under a platform.

All one has to do is go near a rail that is looking over and off into the vast open distance, and jump off. There should be some cloth/materiel connected to a curved platform beneath you, which is where you will be able to slide and duck through to get underneath and shoot at anything that comes in sight.

This is better explained and shown in the video below by Coconut Bra Gaming. The video goes through the very short steps to get this cheese working.

I know a lot of people are thinking “but we now have a new Nightfall!?” Yes, that’s true. The above is in case Winter’s Run comes back. As for the video below, we see how to glitch and cheese the new Saber Nightfall.

The glitch is a little difficult to do, and I’m not sure if the glitch is entirely restricted to Titans. If it’s not restricted to Titans, this glitch will be helpful to those in need of getting around the current Nightfall.

Furthermore, head to the Forgotten Shore and go to the rear end of a shipwreck that’s near a cave. There’s should be an opening with a circular  piece in the snow that allows you to fall underneath the dome.

This is evident in the video below by Esoterickk, who shows how to do the somewhat complex glitch.

Both glitches hold the potential of being patched by Bungie, so use these glitches as much as possible before they vanish into thin air.

Destiny is out now for PS3, Xbox 360, PS4 and Xbox One, while Rise of Iron is currently out for Xbox One and PS4.


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