Haha this is me, exactly. I get so depressed visiting that subI was a super hardcore player in D1, I had weekly raid statics and all sorts of stuff. Destiny 2 killed my hype by moving backwards in quality and content from Destiny 1. Since then I haven't bought an expansion or anything. I still stay subscribed to /r/destinythegame though, hoping to hear some unanimous praise to warrant me returning.
It never happens though.
For the past few months it's been how disappointing various decisions have been and how awful the drip feed of "content drops" are. Bungie always knows how to hype up a new expansion, but it's the 2-3 weeks afterwards that I'm worried about. Still, I do love the core game, and it's been a long ass time since I played anything, so maybe I'll give this a shot. I keep hoping that eventually Foreskin goes F2P so I can play through that campaign on PC.
All the games you could play in 2020 and you're gonna play Destiny? We gotta leave this shit in the past, man. Garbage game.
What about cross-plat-gen play?I don’t even know how to summarize this all in a new thread title change
“Destiny 2 gets multiple expansions, free next gen upgrade, cross-gen play announced”
I didn't get that about 3, I got that it will be an evolution over each year which is what should happen. Unless I'm misunderstanding you.I've been checking this thread every time it gets a new post. The message I'm hearing is:
1) FTP game remains FTP next gen;
2) You can keep your account on next gen and all upgrade you paid for.
3) The game is essentially going to be the same as now for another 3 years minimal.
Number 2 is good news at least.
Seriously, I just don't get it. They purport to sell expansions, but then remove content when a new expansion comes out? If their business model was monthly subscription it would make sense to me. But they sell expansions.Removing content from your already released game has to be the reddest flag ever.
I was really disappointed in Destiny 2 when I bought it. They completely butchered PvP. Destiny 1 PvP was fun and chaotic, while Destiny 2 was watered down - 4v4 and slow ability recharge speeds. They tried to cater towards competitive players, which is of course a joke, since the game runs at 30 fps, no dedicated servers and low FOV.
Every time they release a new expansion I get the urge to try again, but I always wait a month and read Destiny subreddit about all the problems this game still has.
After your Division 2 recommendation, I'm not the least surprised.I gotta be honest, all this kinda makes me wanna jump back into D2. I stopped playing right before it migrated to Steam, so I haven't played Forsaken yet
I gotta be honest, all this kinda makes me wanna jump back into D2. I stopped playing right before it migrated to Steam, so I haven't played Forsaken yet
Honest question. Does this game captures any of the sci-fi magic that Bungie era Halo games provided? I have it installed on my PC since the Steam version came out but I'm yet to try it...
Damn man, bold claims. I give it a try tomorrow. I love Halo. I love Division. This might be match made in heaven.As someone who has loved Bungie games since Halo 1 and been a fan ever since... Destiny 2 is my favorite sci fi fantasy game of all time.
I really never thought I’d love anything like I did Star Wars. Then Star Wars got raped by the white slavers at Disney. Destiny has replaced that at this point.
Damn man, bold claims. I give it a try tomorrow. I love Halo. I love Division. This might be match made in heaven.
I'll report back.
Also: each year, before an expansion comes out, Bungie will remove older Destiny content that is not being played anymore to more effectively manage the game
..and Destiny 1 content is coming back
if Bungie was a political party governing, the ecological transition would be done.I think it's hilarious that after becoming infamous for recycling shit they're now removing chunks of the game so they can more efficiently recycle shit from the first game like the Cosmodrome.
Destiny had this huge promise. The world, the lore, the design... it was the new IP that would define the generation and Bungie mismanaged Destiny into a f2p microtransactions driven live service.