Is Activision Blizzard's "Destiny" a Dying Franchise?

Despite posting a strong launch, Activision's "Destiny 2" appears to be in trouble.

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FallenAngel198468d ago

My how the might Bungie has fallen

darthv7268d ago

I just find it ironic how they created Halo and were part of MS and got tired of making Halo so they bought their freedom from MS only to go to Activision and create none other than a Halo-esq type of game. They basically traded one evil for another.

jukins68d ago

There's really only so much you can do with a fps focused "casual" mmo. its fun at times but it basiclaly boiled down to waves and waves of progressively stronger enemies. basically kill this wave kill that wave not too much variety in gameplay. not to many non shooter elements to break up the same old same old.

Gh05t68d ago

Their whole job is to find ways to make it fun and break it up. If they cant why did they make the game to begin with and put it on a decade long plan?

jukins67d ago

Well the 10 year plan probably was at activisons guidance. Bungie just followed suit as they pretty much had no choice

Kabaneri68d ago

Destiny 2 seemed like a huge improvement at first, but the endgame is where the cracks start to show.

PUBG_GBUP68d ago

The gameplay, gun mechamics, combat, and PC optimization were all top notch from my experience.

But I do concede that I only just now finished the campaign and have yet to try the multiplayer and the end game content.

Pickledpepper68d ago

Found the first game so boring didn't give the second game a even a thought.

Derceto68d ago

Dying? It stinks already. Been dead for a while.

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