Destiny 2 Xbox One X file size has been revealed for the enhanced version of the game with Xbox Marketplace coming in at a large size. Other details include the resolution change with the enhancements and how the size has been adjusted since launch.
The game is fun. Grabbed the thing for $20 on Amazon with some credit I had last week. Been binge playing it the last couple days. Story content is fun enough, as is the gameplay, if a bit repetitive. Though access to separate powers and skills later on remedies this a bit. World looks nice, if static. Gunplay is good, though repetitive. The acquisition of skills is entertaining and rewarding, though there doesn't seem to be too much variance in choices to be had. Even between the different classes. For every positive the game has, there seems to be a lesser negative tied to it.It's a really fun time. I'd call it a good game. I just don't know if it's a great game.
It’s a good game that’s great with friends imo. It’s def not perfect and needs tons of work to keep players playing but it’s still a good game. I think the hate comes from the fact that year 3 d1 was really great and was a perfect setup for a sequel but it seems they’ve gone a step back and are relearning past mistakes since they took a more causal approach with this game.
Never got to play the original, being a PC gamer who has yet to go in on a non-Nintendo console this generation. Eventually though, and I plan on grabbing the original when that time comes lol. Here's to hoping that Destiny 2 improves with added content, but a lot of people say it's overly casualized by comparison. I don't get the power system. Remove that, reward skills around the base leveling system, and diversify the weaponry and mod aspects of the game, so that players can choose weapons and armor that they like, and fits their play-style, instead of just chasing some dumb Power score, switching out weapons every 20 mins. I I really don't understand that design decision.
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