With Destiny 2, Bungie Should Build On The First Game’s Content and Mechanics, Instead Of Resetting The Wheel

Giving us the game we should have gotten the first time around.

Posted By | On 01st, May. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

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Look,Destiny 2 will come– we know it’s not coming this year (we’re probably getting another expansion this year instead), but it is definitely in the works. Destiny is one of the most successful games of this generation- and there is no way that Activision and Bungie will not build upon that success.

One thing that Bungie need to do with it when it launches, however, is to not reset everything- instead, they should take everything that is in the original Destiny game at the time of Destiny 2‘s launch, and include it all in Destiny 2plus add Destiny 2 exclusive content, too.

Now, by this, I don’t mean that Destiny 1‘s single player missions should make it into Destiny 2– instead, I am talking about the various Raids, Strikes, Crucible maps, weapons and gear, and so on. All of that, plus all the improvements that have been made to the otherwise very rough game that launched in 2014, in the multitudes of updates since then, should be included in Destiny 2. Put simply- have all the content that Destiny 1 hasplus the end game and loot systems brought by the April update. Now build on that with more new content and expansions.

You will have the game that Bungie should have launched to begin with- by doing something like this, Bungie will ensure that Destiny 2 does not have the kind of rough launch that the original Destiny did.

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  • Jomama Omyballs

    I think it would be better to start anew.

    • hmulasmajic

      For an MMO like Destiny with a huge community? Not really. The last thing Bungie should do is split their community up.

    • Jomama Omyballs

      I think for the most part, they messed up to begin with. If they want to show us they can still make games of epic quality, perhaps they should start from scratch.

    • hmulasmajic

      How did they mess up for the most part? Combat is awesome, visually it is stunning, and it is a good gear game. Sure, the original story wasn’t good but TTK was great. Destiny is still one of the most popular games on Twitch. Why would they scrap all of that? If you didn’t like TTK, Destiny just isn’t for you. Play something else. It’s like people who bash Call of Duty games. It’s still somehow always going to sell millions of copies on day one.

    • Jomama Omyballs

      Because everything besides the combat was boring. You can’t use Space ships, NPC’s only exist as vendors, Campaign sucks, RNGesus is fickle, why would anyone want to go through that again?

    • XEmmanuelGoldsteinX

      Well, a few million daily players (18 months after launch) disagree. “You can’t use space ships”? Seriously? Kind of grasping at straws, arnt we?

    • Jomama Omyballs

      Isn’t it the same for Call of Duty and the Division?

      And lots of people wanted Space battles.

  • Mat Dub

    Start fresh I reckon….okay maybe let me keep my blueprints.

  • a boy and his blog

    Rough launch?……. Beta player here. Best game ever from launch and getting better with every update IMO.

    • Bradk825

      Yeah how does the writer define a rough launch? It worked well on the technical side, sold extremely well and held onto the player base despite lots of other great games launching a few months later. I guess hugely successful is “a rough launch.”

  • One With Shadows

    I don’t think there’s anything they could do to peak my interest in another Destiny game.

    • XEmmanuelGoldsteinX

      As long as they pique your interest, they will be happy.


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