The new Destiny update doesn't just bring some new gameplay changes, but it's also got some little stuff in there as well.
Destiny needs more mystery and exploration. Hopefully TTK delivers.
It'd be nice if the random missions were more frequent, since we only came across them literally once despite playing for hours.
I haven't run into any of these missions yet. Been playing a fair bit.
Go to any patrol area and kill the enemies repeatedly. One will pop up.
Can't wait for the Taken King... My body is ready
"Little Stuff" Thanks for nailing Destiny updates. I just want some of the original PVP maps back.
Ha not liking some of new maps, maybe I just need to give them more time tho..
the original ones will be back...
Not the huge one on Mars with vehicles... D: or the moon base
oh...well i hated the stupid moon base anyways. good riddance. :-D (sorry for your loss)
They are back, played twilight gap and a few others last night
Have you seen 1st light or the Mars map with vehicles?
It's been a while since I've played it consistently. Fired it up last night. Still loving the game! Don't know why so many haters spew their bile. Was going to hold off for TTK, reconsidering now.
Most people don't hate Destiny the game itself, but more of the business practices associated with the game. For instance, chopping the game up into smaller pieces to sell as DLC, and not enough content. The gameplay mechanics are great but unfortunately they dont have the content to back it up once you've done all the raids once. It very much a cash grab game where you have to buy expansions to have a full game.
In Destiny's case, I'm not too sure about it being a cash grab. I think they formulated a player-grinding plan and realized they had a cart-before-the-horse problem after the fact. Yes story content was/is lacking. I think Bungie was banking on players grinding for the most part. Imo, the two expansions should have been free. TTK sounds promising like Bungie has listened and learned. We'll see.
With the recent settling of a lawsuit it shows that Activision overstepped bungie, and forced them to reevaluate the story a year before launch. I think Activision are the real b holea, but I've been playing 2.0 so far and the game is still fun.
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