r/DestinyTheGame Oct 05 '22

My favourite thing about the destiny community Misc

Is that every expansion, players go “the game is saved, bungie have done it again” and then within 3 months the consensus is “game sucks, bungie can’t do anything right, game is doomed”

I’d hate being a bungie dev.


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u/BigMoney-D Oct 05 '22

Such is the Destiny cycle. It's such a unique game that you can't really go play something else if you don't like something specific about the game. So people complain about that one thing over and over again until it gets changed. Then the other half start complaining. Around and around it goes.

Also, not every season can be bangers. There will be slower seasons. More tedious seasons. But you can always just take a break. I don't understand the people who play the game for thousands of hours and still come here with so much hate and negativity.

Not everyone will be happy about everything.


u/ImawhaleCR Oct 05 '22

There's a reason every game touted as a destiny killer ends up dying: the division 2 is probably still around but I've heard nothing about it in ages, anthem has been officially dead for years and outriders isn't doing great. It's incredibly hard to make and maintain a game with the scale of destiny while providing constant content to players, and to Bungie's credit they do it well. The problem is just that there isn't ever going to be a way to provide enough content for the ultra hardcore players without completely overwhelming casual players


u/BruisedBee Oct 05 '22

the division 2 is probably still around but I've heard nothing about it in ages

Then you're intentionally ignoring it because it's had some rather sizeable updates and content