Thanks to fireteam size restrictions, a lack of in game LFG, and the realities of coordinating schedules with friends, it’s not unlikely that you’ll find yourself unprepared for some of the activities in Destiny 2.
Thankfully, Bungie has catered to those playing solo by increasing the amount of matchmade activities over the game’s life.
Below are all activities that provide seamless matchmaking as well as those that remain exclusive to those with premade groups.
Bungie’s move to independence has ushered in a new era of regular of seasonal updates in lieu of sparse, albeit substantial, content.
While still too early to judge the model as a whole, the change in strategy has made getting exactly what you want easier than ever.
No matter how long you’ve been out, Destiny always manages to reel you back in. My first 30 hours with New Light Thankfully the release of New Light has helped the experience flourish in more ways than one. Most notable for me has been the ease at which you can alter your playstyle, and one … Read more
Despite the franchise’s tumultuous history, Destiny 2 New Light has introduced a myriad of activities to do, gear to chase, and progression loops to get sucked into. 11 beginner tips to cut past the confusion in New Light My first 30 hours with New Light as a free player The best part? Most of it … Read more
The introduction of Bungie’s twist on the battle pass in season 8 has made bounties more relevant than ever. Can you change your appearance in Destiny 2 New Light? Dailies and weeklies spread across every corner of the Destiny 2 universe means that playing your cards right will net you a constant stream of xp … Read more
Since the release of New Light and Shadowkeep, Destiny 2 has seen a myriad of new ways to customize and alter characters to your liking. Armor 2.0, transmog, and an easy to digest shader system have all played their part in making this a reality. Enter New Light: playing (enjoying?) Destiny 2 again 11 essential … Read more
With the launch of New Light, Destiny 2 is arguably in the best state it’s ever been in. Unfortunately, it also boasts the highest barrier to entry for those jumping in for the first time. There’s no wide reaching tutorial in game, players are faced with dozens of missions to do, and contextualizing the flow … Read more
Since its inception, the development of the Destiny franchise has been a paragon of insanity. The tumultuous timeline has been a perfect, and unfortunate, collage of reboots, half measured steps towards no destination, and the deafening sound of indifference.
As of right now, Destiny 2 is in a place where player reception is at an all time low and overall quality lost in the void. The sci-fi/fantasy FPS mashup has lost millions in active players since launch, and still, thousands feverishly voice their concerns and wishes on sites like Reddit, in hopes of a better, far less abusive game.
But we’ve been here before and, sad as it may be, we’ll be here again as the next peak and golden era of Destiny collapses in on itself.
Last Friday, Bungie finally broke their silence regarding the war torn state of Destiny 2, and laid bare what we can expect from the team over the coming year.
It’s obvious that they want to appease the playerbase and instill hope through concrete plans of action, but Bungie has a history of inflationary talk, and it’s going to take a bit more than written word to win back many at this point.
Bungie opened up earlier today about Destiny 2’s first expansion, Curse of Osiris, and there are some truly juicy bits that have come onto the fold. The reveal event was live streamed on Twitch and while more information is sure to come between now and its December 5th launch, any info is worth salivating over … Read more