It’s been some time because Bungie divided from Activision, and the team has spread their fly regards to what Destiny 2 has to provide. So what’s next? With Beyond Light, the group attempted something completely new as well as despite PvP problems, the overall function of exactly how the story has progressed because the Forsaken DLC has been exceptionally positive with the area thriving one more time. That being said, the work is much from over when reclaiming the Destiny name because its launch and also with 2 more validated expansions on the horizon, it appears like Bungie is virtually all set to share what’s next following immense gamer responses.
The launch of Fate 2 wasn’t one of the most outstanding of launches. Bungie received a relatively endless wave of reaction as a result of predacious financial techniques, a perceived careless endgame style, and a general sensation of disconnection from the area all at once. At the time of launch, Activision was the publisher for Destiny 2, developing an extra complex relationship of the game’s vision and conference particular rewarding expectations. The team, as a whole, knew this and also a myriad of factors ultimately finished with Activision and also Bungie splitting up in a public break up and ever since, the studio has worked tirelessly to make great on their promise to the community for an outstanding Fate 2 experience. Essentially, they’ve done just that, though there are always locations of renovation as well as comments that can either be overlooked or carried out; this is mainly noticeable in the existing recurring discussion about the state of PvP, particularly following the intro of the Tension subdivision. That being claimed, this is just the idea of the iceberg of what’s ahead as well as according to game director Joe Blackburn, the best has yet ahead.
In 2014, I said Fate’s Best Days are ahead. Seeing what’s coming, I believe this even more than ever before. We have work to do to obtain there. 2021 is going to be a little various for Fate. Taking a while to verify our plans, however expect a state of Destiny 2021 following season.
— Joe Blackburn (@joegoroth) January 19, 2021
In the above tweet, Blackburn reflects back on Destiny’s past saying, “in 2014, I stated Fate’s Finest Days are in advance. Seeing what’s coming, I think this even more than ever before. But we have work to do to arrive. 2021 is mosting likely to be a little different for Fate. Spending some time to confirm our plans, but expect a state of Destiny 2021 next season.”
Bungie already validated that there will certainly be 2 even more expansions complying with Beyond Light, however greater than just tale growth is on the method. One Bungie dev mentioned to me formerly throughout a raid that he is delighted to show the community what’s next, specifically considering that numerous feel like PvP worries are falling on deaf ears. He claims that this is very much not the situation however much of that context is still locked behind closed doors. Blackburn’s “taking some time to confirm our plans” likely consists of that revamp, making certain that every little thing the group wants to do is feasible to guarantee a smooth transition into the future of the area franchise.
The present period is coming to a close with Period of the Hunt finishing following month on the 9th. Season 13 will certainly come bearing many of its own changes, consisting of exactly how tokens function, with future periods bringing about much more change such as transmog, just how in-game rewards job, crossplay, therefore much more.
The future has a lot possibility for where the Destiny franchise business can go, whether it be a continuous extension of the sequel or a brand-new video game altogether. From previous news from Bungie, it resembles the team desires an opportunity to really see Fate 2’s complete possibility, and also with a firm instructions in place as well as a vision in the process of seeing fulfillment, it will interest see where the shooter goes following (also if we’re still sobbing over that future not including Cayde-6).