By Tim Clark T Comments Shares We played a story mission from Destiny 2's upcoming Forsaken expansion at E3, and we spent some time with its promising new Gambit mode, so we had plenty of questions for game director Christopher Barrett and project lead Scott Taylor.
We do feel that the delay is a good thing. Ditto for Eater of Worlds, also on a Friday, three days after Curse of Osiris went live and disappointed everyone.
Both were released a week after the base game launched. With Last Wish releasing a full ten days after Forsaken, this will change things up a bit.
It will give more players the time they need to enjoy the campaign, the sandbox, the side-quests, and more. Those who were able to partake in these runs are those who do have enough free time to speedily grind and obtain loot that their levels are on par with the minimum requirements.
When our team was done, I wrote strategy guides that detailed how we were able to clear encounters efficiently. Players such as myself have had an inclination to rush through things to hit the end-game as soon as possible. Since we rushed through all the content just to reach the end-game ceiling, we had nothing left to do afterward.
It was all a matter of just repeating the same raid over and over until we got all the loot we wanted. Some liked to speed-run and post their time. Others liked to finish encounters with only two or three players. Those were still totally fine.
Other parts of the game such as Adventures, Lost Sectors, Public Events, and more are generally ignored. What would be my motivation if I was already decked out in raid gear? If you have a full ten days to enjoy, explore, and learn, you might have a better appreciation of the entire game as opposed to just one single activity or boss fight.
Certain groups required only those who were able to rush through everything during weekdays just so they can join for something during the weekend. If you missed out the first weekend that a raid was out, well, too bad. Forsaken also boasts being a major expansion, possibly even bigger than The Taken King and Wrath of the Machine.
No rush, no pressure. Everyone has enough time to pace themselves accordingly.
As mentioned, the Forsaken expansion for Destiny 2 will launch on September 4. Last Wish, the mysterious raid for the expansion, will go live on September 14 at 10 a. We will definitely be raiding — and wiping — all throughout that day just for a chance at some epic loots.Destiny is an online-only multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie and published by iridis-photo-restoration.com was released worldwide on September 9, , for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox , and Xbox One consoles.
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