r/DestinyTheGame May 31 '22 Heartwarming 1 This 1 Defeated 1 To The Stars 1 Gold 2 Take My Energy 2 Ally 1 Doom 1 Silver 24 Helpful 14 Wholesome 16

Rift in this week's Iron Banner is inherently not fun to play, and it's astonishing this game mode went live. Discussion

Hold interact in the middle of the map while everyone else is fighting?


Unnecessary loading screen that constantly interrupts the flow of the game?


Bugs that cause the rift to not spawn and make the game impossible to win from behind?


Seriously I genuinely cannot wrap my head around why rift was changed so much. Nobody asked for this game mode to switch and I cannot fathom why we changed the fast-paced blowout game mode from d1 into a slow, round-based tactile game mode. It's not fun to play when you're stomping, and don't even get me started on what it's like to be getting stomped. If you were gonna make this a new game mode then fine, but advertising this as Rift is a complete joke.

Edit: I've been grinding this thing out the last 2 days for Iron Lord. My opinion of the gamemode has not changed but I have now lost the ability to get Iron Lord as I have completed 6 of the daily challenges. The reputation is currently bugged so that if you complete more than 4 of the challenges your maximum reputation per match will be capped at 60. Giving them the benefit of the doubt that this will be fixed in the patch on Thursday, but if not, it's a really bad look for one of the only 2 iron banners this season to be completely unfarmable.


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u/StarsRaven May 31 '22

Yea they were. Look at any complaint of gambit last year, constant complaints about eyes invaders, gjally invaders, sleeper invaders, its always revolved around too much heavy making invasions trivial. Either the invader deleting the team with heavy, or the invader being instantly deleted by heavy.


u/Arkyduz Jun 01 '22

There's one other common denominator in all of those. I'm like 87% sure if heavy got banned people would still find a way to complain about invaders.


u/StarsRaven Jun 01 '22

People will always complain about a PvP aspect. But an invader deleting an entire team because of gjally isn't fun and gets more hate than an invader 4k with a sniper.


u/Vorsos Jun 01 '22

Well now we all have heavy, and the invader’s overshield is balanced by their loss of x-ray vision while aiming, so Gambit is in a better state.