Destiny 2 on the world, and it’s fair to say that the response from fans has been a mixed bag. While there was significant praise for the much-anticipated sequel at launch, the game has struggled to keep its audience engaged since then — but now the studio has detailed some of the changes that are in store for 2018. Game director Christopher Barrett begins a blog post detailing Bungie’s future plans with an explanation of how content will be split between free updates and paid DLC. Seasons are free content drops that will be available to all players, while Expansions will bring new story content, destinations, and gear, alongside new additions to the Crucible, new Strikes, and new Raid Lair content for a price. Barrett then dives into some upcoming tweaks to the Eververse system, which he describes as never having been intended as a substitute for endgame rewards. Content that could previously only be obtained via Bright Engrams will now be added to achievement reward pools, and there’s set to be new methods of earning Bright Engrams via gameplay. The way that Destiny 2 players earn XP is also set to change, in light of recent controversies. Barrett acknowledges… Read full this story
- Another debate: No big change
- Big Changes Coming With Next Edition Ford Explorer
- What is Manifest Destiny - And Where Did it Start?
- Implement Change Successfully - Four Key Areas to Manage
- We must change food production to save the world, says leaked report
- What Do You Want To Know About The 2018 Volvo XC40?
- Everest Race: The world's richest turf race ups prize money for 2018
- The BandFest 2018 to feature int’l stars
- Change Happens by Choice
- Your Money: Charitable granting soars even as tax changes transform giving
Bungie promises big changes ahead for ‘Destiny 2’ in 2018 have 284 words, post on www.digitaltrends.com at January 12, 2018. This is cached page on Vietnam Dance. If you want remove this page, please contact us.