Destiny 2 will remove content, but will add new and old ones. Except, free content isn’t actually where this stops. While technically you’re only purchasing a license to access a game with you buy something digitally, as opposed to ownership of a physical object, the way this works with Australian Consumer Law is an unknown. The Raven Remastered and Bleed 2 Among December Games with Gold, This Week's Deals with Gold Includes Rayman Legends & Continues Black Friday Deals, Mortal Kombat 11 'Klassic MK Movie Skin Pack' Homages the 1995 Film, Available Now, Destiny 2 Content Vault Will Be Removing Most of the Game's Free-to-Play Content. Destiny 2 informed us that it would be erasing four planets, moons and a giant ship this fall when the new Beyond Light expansion arrives. The fact of the matter is that Bungie is removing access to more or less two years of content.
When Destiny 2 Beyond Light finally drops for all the Guardians who have been patiently waiting for it, it’s taking a lot of content away. I don't mind, but I do understand where you're coming from.
The … Friday, August 21, 2020. At the very least, what we do know from this is that the concept of digital ownership is becoming muddier and muddier as time passes. As it stands, in a world where digital game purchases made up 51% of all PlayStation games revenue for FY2019, we’re seeing the concept of digital ownership become even murkier than it once was. Bungie. This means that some content previously accessible will become inaccessible in the future, becoming replaced by new content or other content that was previously cycled out of rotation. Destiny News Hub is not associated or affiliated with Bungie, Inc. in any way. In Bungie developer Luke Smith’s latest blog post, he announced that players will lose some Destiny 2 content to make way for new stuff. Personally, I don’t like the new modern look of things ( Prophecy Dungeon).
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That’s like taking a COD game and removing over half the content. Bungie will now get to dictate just what certain planets and activities look like when they return to the game. I don’t see how this model of seasonal content is sustainable moving forward. Free content being taking out of a free to play game and replaced with other free to play content is in itself fine.
You didn't need RoI to play Heroic KF or any Year 2 content. This will help with install size bloat and give Bungie a chance to work on changes to this content without disrupting the flow of the current Destiny 2 experience. But I do think that we should question what they’re doing. There is a wealth of content coming to the game over the next couple of years, but there was a part of the announcement that you might have missed. What will feel even worse is if Bungie then charges us for a new season, but that season is just a revamped version of old content. I'm an avid MMO player, and there's a reason why a majority of them don't remove old content even if no one is running it. Now, we have paid, campaign content being patched out of a game that is still a live product. I have to agree with you both, I won't be returning to this steaming turd and certainly won't be buying a third installment when it inevitably comes out for the next generation of consoles! Think of Overwatch for example.
Are you okay with losing something you paid for? One of the first pieces of content announced to be removed is the campaign from Destiny 2 expansion Curse of Osiris. They will make Forsaken the free part and the new Cosmodrome, At least the nex expansion will be on gamepass that'll save a lot of people money. When Destiny 2 Beyond Light finally drops for all the Guardians who have been patiently waiting for it, it’s taking a lot of content away. Some players might be fine with it, I am not. Your email address will not be published.
There's an awful lot due to be removed from Destiny 2 and stashed in the Destiny Content Vault with the release of Destiny 2: Beyond Light on 10th November, and you can see what's coming and going in its entirety in the latest Bungie blog post here. I never got round to Destiny so hadn’t looked at the lists etc. Two Gambit maps are also being rotated out, in addition to a range of Crucible maps. What if we hate what it looks like when it comes back? @4 Don’t know what you mean about lack of content. It’s an important part of gaming history, and if Bungie isn’t careful, they might kill it.
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I have to be honest, and losing content that I’ve paid for doesn’t feel right. The second standpoint that might piss a lot of people off is the fact that Guardians have paid for a lot of the content being removed. The things they're getting rid of are also things that the majority of people in the game aren't even playing, like the main campaign. Destiny 2 Beyond Light Will Remove Five Destinations from the Director. And now, as of the start of the next year of content for Destiny 2, those paying customers will now no longer be able to access that campaign. Activities. I’m an avid fan and die hard player, but the way things are going, I can’t help wondering just how long that will last. When Destiny 2: Beyond Light is released this November, a lot of older Destiny 2 content will be sent to the Destiny Content Vault. That’s because it is, and in theory, it’s totally a non-issue. they might well make them better, but they won’t make them exactly like the originals.
The Destiny Content Vault will include all content from Destiny 1 and anything removed from Destiny 2.
This was something that people have directly paid money for, or indirectly through the expansion pass or with future collected editions of Destiny 2. What Is Transmog In Destiny 2 Beyond Light? I feel like the seasons are a waste and just a way to get more and more money from us between DLCs. Losing access to activities can be scary. Yes, Bungie can’t run Destiny 2 as it is and continue to add more content. @10. Your email address will not be published. Most of the current achievements won’t be avaliable from November. They need to cycle some stuff out, but what they’re doing here is saying that a portion of the game will go, and they’ll bring it back in a new form. Content shifted to the Destiny Content Vault (and therefore unavailable) when Destiny 2: Beyond Light launches, includes Leviathan, Io, Titan, Mars, and Mercury, which means any Strikes, Raids, and Missions associated with these locations will also be chucked into the DCV, to make way for new content. The Red War, Curse of Osiris, and Warmind campaigns are also in the firing line for the DCV, as Bungie looks to introduce a "new, expanded Guardian origin story on the Cosmodrome", last seen in the original Destiny. As Destiny 2 looks to establish a system where it vaults content in future … By continuing past this page, you agree to abide by the Terms of Service.
However, I know that some people have forked out a lot of money on this game. It’s just not right to remove content we paid for – based on principle alone.
Digital ownership rights are, at the best of times, an utterly murky subject as far as the law is concerned, especially here in Australia. When Beyond Light goes live, then, Bungie will 'vault', or remove, some of the less relevant destination and activity content. I really enjoy playing with other Guardians, speculating about the lore, and writing about as much of the Destiny universe as I can. Bungie has revealed the future of the video game, which goes through new expansions instead of a third installment of the saga. Zero Hour. I want to know exactly what the plan is with this paid content, and I want to know that I can revisit those older locations in their original states when they come back. Removing content with the DLC ... thing that kept me playing was the prestige nightfall and raid now that has been removed I’m going to quit playing Destiny 2 some of my friends I play with are going to quit also. The expansions are coming to Game Pass next month, right? June 10, 2020 By Chris Watson. I am one for games preservation, and this doesn’t sit right with me from that standpoint.
I fell in love with Destiny 1 during the early alpha and have been hooked by the universe ever since. @#4 They've said the game has gotten too big and they've been having too many bugs pop up because of how big it is.