MWEB GameZone writes: "According to Bungie's COO, Pete Parsons, The Dark Below was shaped around player feedback. This is the end result."
Great to see that developers listen to player feedback at least :)
Yeah, great that they listen to player feedback.....lol
I'm pretty happy they upgraded vanguard armor passed light lvl 30 makes it easier. Weapons not so much, I wonder if this weekends exotics are gonna be higher damage to
Nah it's terrible. I spent ages getting the armour to get to 30 doing the raid and now people can just buy high light armour? What a joke. What incentive is there to do the raid now? None. They keep making this game worse... Commendations too? Please......
@FriedGoat There are plenty people out there that put many hours into Destiny's raid and were unlucky not to get the raid gear they needed to hit lvl 30. Why not be content in knowing you did it your way and let the unlucky ones purchase the gear they need to go toe to toe with higher lvl enemies in The Dark Below? If you've tried the new raid yet you would know that it is quite difficult even for lvl 30's because you come up against enemies that are lvl 31's and 32's.
C1yn3r79 please... difficult? The new raid took 6 hours for people to complete. The vault initially took 18... Shows the difficulty doesn't it?
Yeah, I'm sure all the players universally agreed that those who don't buy the expansion should be locked out of the weekly nightfall strike and no longer be able to run the engram strike playlists /s
Wasnt the dlc alredy on disc? All they did was add enemies hahaa
I've heard the Raids are (again) not up to difficulty. Anyone knows about this?
Apparently the latest raid has been beaten in 6 hours...down from the 14 hours it took to beat Vault of Glass. That could mean the newest raid is even easier...
From what I've heard from those that have done it, it's not too bad except for Crota. That fight seems to be a gimmick fight which involves only being able to do any real damage with a sword that drops from an add...
Its not that it is easier, its just shorter. Compared to VoG after the Templar fight there is nothing there. Just goes straight to Crota basically.
meh i lost love for Destiny very quickly, as i do for most FPS
You MMORPG junkie you. Amiright
I was initially very impressed with this game, but I'm over it. It's not terrible or anything, but the sheen is gone andI doubt any patches and updates will fix that. I'll get the sequel once it's been out for 6 months or so. I buy nothing on day one anymore.
yeah because I want to play again in the same freaking level but different enemy encounters right right ?, Thank god Bungie "Listenssss" :/ Oh and I wanted too that my game content to be locked yes I truly wanted that, thank you for listening bungie!!! ughhh they make sick now!, they should be grateful I played their game for soo much time by doing the same thing over and over again, but thanks for todays update now I feel liberated, maybe I will come back later(months) to see if Destiny higher up their standards ;)
Not to mention the ridiculous price of the DLC
To anyone who has it, are the story missions still just Dinklebot hacking a terminal while you play horde mode?
No, now it's basically run through a buncha enemies, kill them, then kill a mini boss and your'e done... The story missions are literally 5- 10 mins long each..
I don't think people wanted to re-level their gear again to make them viable. I have to re-level my favorite guns if I want them to scale properly with the high lvl enemies. I don't think people wanted "commendations" either. Basically Bungie added new levels to the grind and disguised it as a more in depth way of leveling up...you don't "have to" do it, but if you want to keep using your favorite gear, you do. I still play the game, but this new leveling up system they're kind of forcing on to people was not needed and certainly not wanted; it's a lame addition. They should have given weapons you already maxed out the updated dmg... but no.
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