With the launch of Destiny 2, there have been a lot of things that fans loved and didn’t like and developer Bungie itself has been on a backfoot or evasive when asked questions by the fans, however, Bungie has now promised “lots of good info” about Destiny 2 in the coming week.
The announcement comes from game director Christopher Barrett who took to his official Twitter account to assure fans that a development update is coming next week that will include a lot of good news for the fans.
Working on a development update for everyone next week, lots of good info to share.
There is a possibility that Bungie might be looking to make some changes to Destiny 2’s Eververse as Bungie has recently faced a lot of backlash from the community, especially after the Dawning event. Nothing is known about what Bungie will announce next week, all we have to do is wait and see.
In related news, In the latest update for the game, Bungie has unlocked Iron Banner and Faction Rally for all, regardless of whether they own Curse of Osiris or not. Previously, both of these modes were kind of locked behind the Curse Of Osiris DLC with no regard from Bungie that these were available to everyone before the launch of the expansion.
There is a general consensus that publishers force developers to include micro-transactions in games, however, according to a recent report, the addition of micro-transactions in Destiny 2 was apparently Bungie’s own decision. The report further suggests that Destiny 2 was rebooted half-way through the development following the change in game directors.
“I think that it was made in a relatively short period of time. There was a big reboot of Destiny 2 at some point in early 2016. There had been a previous guy who was directing the game before Luke Smith, who’s the current director, took over. So that guy was kind of put aside – he’s not at Bungie anymore – and Luke Smith took over.”
Destiny2 is a first-person action shooter developed by Bungie for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.