I appreciate the change to weapons for the most part, but the focus on team shooting is really bogging everything down. Every map seems to boil down into lanes and doesn't have the same flow as D1's did. How do you Duders feel about the PvP experience? Trials of Osiris is also what kept Destiny going for the past 3 years when a Raid wasn't brand new obviously in my honest opinion, and there is no doubt it's what kept it on the top 10 of Twitch almost every weekend. Destiny did two things amazingly well, it's 4 Raids and Trials of Osiris.
Destiny 2 bug ironically makes Crucible Quickplay PvP a lot more fun
Crucible is surprisingly not fun! - Destiny 2 - Giant Bomb
Destiny 2 has had its share of trials and tribulations. Naturally, developers, Bungie has also faced their fair share of criticism due to their handling of the game. One of the more persistent issues with the game is with its PvP aspect. Due to balancing and bug tweaks, the meta often shifts for the franchise.
Destiny 2’s skill-based matchmaking in PvP is broken, and some players are loving it
PvP has long been considered the black sheep of the Destiny 2 family - but changes set to hit the game later this year could change that. In a post on Bungie. On the other hand: We haven't released a new permanent game mode, many game modes from Destiny 1 are nowhere to be seen, there isn't a public-facing PvP team, and the last real thing we said was Trials is staying on hiatus indefinitely. If nothing else, I hope it's clear we are committed to learning from the mistakes we make and making it right.
With the imminent reveal of Destiny 2: Forsaken, it feels like we might finally be on the cusp of a huge and crucially, positive watershed moment. Between a community summit at the studio, a well-received, empowering sandbox update, and the generally rather good Warmind expansion, Destiny 2 has lately felt like a game starting to regain its identity. And now Bungie is ready to unveil Year Two, just ahead of previewing its large-scale, September, Forsaken expansion as one of the biggest E3 games. Destiny 2 : Forsaken, absolutely has to be. Here, we're covering every aspect of the game, from the shooting to the story.