The company said Tuesday it would rather address the many issues pinpointed by players in a blog post the next day. The news was broken by David “Deej” Dague on the publisher’s forums.
According to Dague, the final stream before the new expansion’s roll-out was supposed to showcase some of the new gear and weapons. Instead, the firm would rather focus on “higher priority information” about the game as a whole in a future blog post.
Bungie Prioritizes Users’ Discontent over Upcoming Expansion
Studio leadership will reportedly address users’ discontent about the many issues concerning the game including the recent update to the experience system. Dague added that users’ complaints will be assessed via a handful of updates slated to be launched “in the next few weeks”.
Fans are encouraged to read the blog post on Wednesday.
The news comes after a very tough week for Destiny 2. Fans voiced their disappointment with the recent changes to the XP system (which the developer decided to modify after multiple reports from users that it was severely rigged). Fans are also displeased with the loot system, the endgame, and the developers’ poor communications skills when dealing with their grievances. The company is reportedly trying to fix that flaw along with others that were reported on a constant basis.
Destiny 2’s expansion Curse of Osiris is slated to be rolled out on December 5. The company had planned a live stream to discuss the changes to the gear and other issues that may concern new and old players alike.
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