Destiny 2 Developer: “Sorry We Let You Down”

Destiny 2 has had it’s fair share of problems and Bungie have been trying to fix them, but as many people stopped playing the game due to the lack of end game content it may be a case of too little too late. It is clear Bungie are listening, as demonstrated in this Tweet from sandbox lead Josh Hamrick.


Destiny 2’s latest expansion, Warmind, launched last night and some of the TSA team have delved in to it but are generally unimpressed, there’s nothing particularly new or exciting and having Ice versions of the Hive , who have been around since the days of Destiny 1, is just plain boring.

Source: Twitter

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  1. Good tweet from him, now if they could actually release a proper apology through the correct channels, that’d be nice!

    I think you’re being a little harsh on your mini critique of the dlc though tuffcub, you’ve barely scratched the surface. Sure the story was ludicrously short, but there’s so much more to this expansion. I played a bit of escalation protocol last night after you left, I was severely under powered so didn’t get far, but it seems like it could be very very good.

  2. See the problem now is they’re going to have to go above and beyond to try to get people back.
    I have the season pass but I really don’t know if I can be bothered.
    After Monster Hunter World I worry that playing Destiny will feel like I’m wasting my time.
    Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed my time with the core game and explored most of the first expansion but after a while it stops feeling rewarding.
    After over 200 hours in Monster Hunter I’m still as excited as ever to jump in.

  3. Having spent a horrifying amount of time with D1, it is a shame to see them struggling so much to crack D2 after seeming to work it all out with TTK. The deciding factor will be the big incoming expansion, these mini expansions were never realistically going to fix the game.

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