Youtuber Memorializes Destiny 2 Campaigns Before They're Vaulted
Destiny 2 will be a completely different game once Bungie vaults a number of its planets next month, so one dedicated…
Destiny 2 was a polarizing game for me.
On one hand, the gameplay simply felt right from the start. On the other, ATVI ruined it by asking me to pay more than I was willing to for more content within the same universe. I had hoped with Bungie’s independence from the Kotick revenue generating machine that things would change. Now that they’re completely removing all of the content that I’ve paid for in the game, I’ll never be going back to the Tower.
Efforts like the Destiny 2: The Series should not be necessary to preserving the history of a fixed narrative. The player’s faith in Bungie to make the best decisions moving forward, thrown in at the end of the Kotaku write-up as a bone for Bungie, has reconfirmed all of the feelings I have towards Destiny 2.
“I’m extremely glad there’s not going to be a Destiny 3,” he said. “If vaulting things means Bungie can maintain, tweak, and improve the game easier, then I’m completely on board. We’ll have to see how it works in practice, but I trust Bungie.”
I can’t trust Bungie if they’re only interested in rolling out content on a quarterly basis at twice the price. I’m disappointed they don’t have a solution for updating the older content to make it fall in line with the newer restraints. I’m put off by their binning entire planets worth of content without compensation.
As much as I used to be completely on board with the Titan life — Titans for life, baby — I have to sit back and hang my head that I ever felt connected to this universe given its present state.