'Destiny 2' appears likely to get its first major weapon balance update in the near future.
The first-person shooter video game launched earlier this month and since then, developers have been keeping a close eye on its progress, with changes already being thought of.
Senior designer Jon Weisnewski said in a blog post: "We're not ready to go into detail about any weapon or ability tuning at this point, but there is an ongoing process in play, so we did want to drop a quick line and say ... We have heard your feedback. Thank you!"
Despite this, Jon did concede that attention is being closely centred on the MIDA Multi-Tool.
He explained that while lots of gamers are using the function, that doesn't mean to say that it's over-powered.
Of the weapon, he observed: "There are options out there that match or exceed its effectiveness in all activities."
He said, too, that there are still "a handful of guns" that have yet to be made available to video game enthusiasts.
Speaking to consumers through the blog post, Jon added: "We're excited to see how things evolve. As always, thanks for playing, and keep the feedback rolling in."