Harold Ryan, the company's president, is well aware of the criticism Destiny suffered at the hands of some reviewers and many players. Most of that early criticism, from what I could tell, revolved around the story, its structure and its delivery. Nearly two months after its 9th September 2014 release, and for me three days and 22 hours of play later, other aspects of Destiny have more than made up for the threadbare plot. But for Bungie, Destiny's first expansion The Dark Below provides the perfect opportunity to address criticism.
Interestingly, Ryan has recently revealed Bungie’s logic behind shipping Destiny with planned, future DLC content already on the game’s disc – their reasoning may surprise you - it's to limit download sizes because of people's bad internet connection speed.