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No Clear Path to Unannounced Destiny 2

Posted by Suzie Ford on Jan 25, 2016  | Comments

No Clear Path to Unannounced Destiny 2 -

Kotaku has written an excellent piece that describes Destiny players' frustration over the lack of direction guiding the game. Throughout the game's first year leading up to The Taken King expansion last year, every update, every patch, every forthcoming addition was laid out in clear order complete with release dates and more.

However, since The Taken King's launch, that detailed planning has ceased to exist. No new strikes, raid or zones have been released and there is no roadmap to the future, all of which combine to create a dissatisfied playerbase, though many had held out hope for the still-unannounced Destiny 2.

That hope has been, according to Kotaku, shattered:

It may help clear things up for players to know this: One of the reasons Bungie has no roadmap is that they may not know exactly what’s coming down the road. Plans for Destiny’s future are constantly in flux. As an example, just last week higher-ups at Bungie delayed “Destiny 2” out of this September, according to people familiar with goings-on at the studio. Although Bungie has not yet announced Destiny 2—which could be called something else to avoid confusion—it was essentially public information that they’d planned to release a new iteration of the game this fall, thanks to a contract leaked in 2012 that revealed the scope of their “ten-year plan” for Destiny. For a long time, Bungie had a schedule of annualized releases that would swap between “full” games (“Destiny Game 1, Destiny Game 2”) and hefty expansions (“Comet 1, Comet 2”). As of last week, that appears to have changed. (Bungie declined to comment.)

It's a terrific read so head over to the link above for more.

Suzie Ford / Suzie is the Associate Editor and News Manager at Follow her on Twitter @MMORPGMom
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