Bungie: “Millions” Of Players Have Already Joined Destiny 2, More Will Join In Coming Weeks
Destiny 2 launched for consoles with critical acclaim and seems that the game has been a massive success as Bungie has revealed that “millions” of players have jumped into the game and reached The Farm in just two days following the launch.
According to Bungie, the studio expects more players to join Destiny 2 in weeks ahead and also assured that more activities will be added to the game. Also, the PC version of Destiny 2 is scheduled to launch next month and will add more players to the game.
We’ve taken our first steps on a new journey as a community. We expect more players to join our ranks in the days and weeks that will follow. Veterans of our community know that Destiny is not just a story about heroes, but also a world that evolves with you. New rituals will begin. New challenges will be revealed. New platforms will come online. New legends will rise.
Also, Bungie has admitted that the Nightfall Strike is a bit broken. According to Bungie, the Prism modifier “is not persisting on screen as is intended” and plans to soon fix this issue in a “future hotfix”.
Also, Bungie has confirmed that it has no plans for PTR for Destiny 2 but, thinks that they are amazing and intends to challenge the team without exposing it to the public. With many games featuring Public Test Realms(PTR) for players to try out, it would not be surprising if Bungie also introduces one.
Furthermore, Bungie has revealed the clan rewards for Destiny 2. Once players have joined a clan in Destiny 2 every activity in the game will drive the players’ Clan progression and eventually raises the levels. Players will get rewards and after some time Bungie will reset these bonuses to keep the community engaged.
Destiny 2 is a first-person action shooter developed by Bungie for Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 and the PC version will launch in October.