Bungie Controlling Xur To Control Loot Is A “Conspiracy Theory”

Conspiracy theories are healthy, to a point.

Posted By | On 02nd, Feb. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @@Martintoney2012


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The Destiny community, who have been grinding through hours and hours of missions to try and get their hands on the best loot, recently threw a bit of a temper tantrum on the Destiny sub-Reddit when the salesmen, Xur, appeared in the tower with the same stock of weapons as before.

While some gamers shrugged it off and went back to playing, others took to the internet to complain. Destiny’s community manager, Deej, took time out to respond to the gamers and their “conspiracy theories” that are “symptoms of a burning desire”.

He successfully shot down all the arguments of a greater plan that was put in play by Bungie, he did this by saying, “Xur is randomized. There are times when we can pull off miracles like making him stay in the Tower longer, but his inventory is governed by the same chaos that influences all the loot drops.”

He finished up by saying that he’s not “always in the loop when it comes to these things,” and that he’s going to talk to the people that drive Xur’s code and try to “make him more valuable to you in the future.”

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  • d0x360

    Bungie must take people for fools of they for even a second thinks we believe that. Yea I’m sure xur is capable of random items and chances are he probably is handled that way more often than not but Bungie has final say in the matter and can change his items any time they want. Its absurd that the most important vendor in the game who only arrives for a couple days a week would have the same items 2 weeks in a row. People wait weeks and weeks for xur to have an item they want or need so to see a week like that is just another slap in the face from Bungie.

    I really didn’t think Bungie was capable of bungling a series this badly. The direction destiny has gone hints at why people left. Joe Staten went to 343i before destiny launched and that guy was hardcore Bungie and Marty O’Donnell was fired probably for being outspoken about the way the game was going. Both guys breathed Bungie and poof gone.


 

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