As unhappiness with the game seems to shadow every announcement made about it, Bungie needs to bring deeper, more rewarding, systems to Destiny 2, if they hope to save the game from itself.
I was really into Destiny 2 when it first came out. Now, it's already been traded in. And that is something I don't do with games anymore. Too little, too late for them.
There is, or rather was, a way to redeem themselves and thats releaseing all future expansion packs for free and leave only cosmetic stuff for sale. Bit with all the various editions and expansion packs they've basically backed themselves into a corner. It seems they'll be staying in that corner until D3.
Can Bungie reclaim their prior prestige
Not likely with their current contracts, as they sold their souls to the dlc / micro-transaction gods... If they only took what Destiny 1 ended with and expanded upon it, people would be happy. Instead, they gutted it and cared more about the money than a quality product.
At this point “from the creators of Destiny” wont carry as much weight as “from the creators of Halo” did whenever Bungie moves on to work on a new IP in the next decade.
Not even close.
Bungie's gonna need a miracle.
I'm sure they will come out with some sort of massive expansion, possibly next year, that will bring people back like The Taken King was to Destiny 1. Really enjoyed Destiny 2, got into it far more than I did the first game but I like to jump from game to game and not just time sink all my time into one.
I got a good discount so got the deluxe ed currently at 326 warlock Since i didn't play D1 i guess i am not feeling what D2 is missing but yes! after reading articles and comments i am little worried that whether i made a bad investment or not
I didn't get into D1 until TTK,so I can see how empty this new expansion is.(yes!!,D2 IS the expansion and TCoO is nothing more than a new map lol technically speaking)
ya i read Osiris got heavily criticized , i played it and found it extremely short
I don’t think so. After what they did to Destiny 2, there is no other way that they can fix it.
No. Bioware died when all of it's founders/key people left. Its just undead now, slowly shuffling towards it's grave in the EA trophy cemetery.
It's a real shame. The last patch showed promise with armour and weapon upgrades, the expansion was fun but in the end Bungie did the same as they did from the start - severely limit the levelling path so yet again there's nothing to do after just 1 month. Whatever Bungie tell the media they are the one's that set the short levelling path - again. I can't help but feel Bungie team made so much money from Destiny 1 that the staff would rather retire than repeat it's success
It's too hard to make content for this game according to themselves,or maybe they're making too easy money?. It's a trend among A LOT of studios and publishers,I hope Sony steers away from this. ( Sony pony lol) Nope,it's objectively one of the very few companies that has a different approach (well basically nothing new just not as bad)and Nintendo also abandoning their previous stance on DLC and paid online services still is having better value for your money.Someone needs to save Bungie from Activision but knowing they joined them voluntarily it's probably not even something they want. RIP,Destiny
I was so into Destiny 2 the campaign i really enjoyed but then i was like ok i don't have time to do this over and over again and the day i removed the disc from the console it never came back in and i never played...
Thank shit i haven't wasted my money on any destiny game
I'm so glad I didn't buy into the hype. And with recent reports it seems Bungie didn't learn their lesson.
Don't understand how Bungie gets all this Destiny criticism and then hardly fixes the game or does anything with it. Maybe they aren't even listening.
I did not but D2 and will not purchase another Destiny game until Bungie gets their heads out of their asses.
Not with GaaS
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