Destiny 2’s Monty Python emote that allowed clipping through walls, glitching, has now been removed

By Sherif Saed, Tuesday, 17 October 2017 09:47 GMT

There was one particular emote in Destiny 2 that fans used to clip through walls everywhere.

The Monty Python-inspired emote has since been removed from Destiny 2, after countless videos of players using it to glitch their way through the game surfaced.

The emote is called Bureaucratic Walk, and although it was pulled, Bungie didn’t provide an explanation for why – though it’s not hard to figure that out. The emote has been in the game since day one, but was only recently featured as part of the purchasable items at Eververse, giving players a direct way of buying it.

Some of the places players got to with the help of the emote include a hidden room in the Leviathan raid. If you’ve been reading our Destiny 2 guide, however, you won’t need to glitch your way through anything. Whether it be the Leviathan raid itself, the levelling up process, the many Public Events or anything else.

Other uses for the glitch include getting into the Leviathan raid boss room, and glitching into the back of the Eververse store, for some reason. Here are a couple of videos demonstrating its various uses (via Eurogamer).

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