Why is Destiny 2 Under Such Scrutiny Before Launch?

There’s always going to be the glass half empty gamers that will point out flaws where possible in any game. In this particular instance, its an issue that has...
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There’s always going to be the glass half empty gamers that will point out flaws where possible in any game. In this particular instance, its an issue that has been raised by the Bungie community regarding Destiny 2.

Following the premiere and E3 reveal, Destiny 2 has been wide open to scrutiny and skepticism. This was picked up on by community member weveboys4, who stated in a thread entitled “Why is everyone complaining about something that they haven’t even played?”:

“Most people probably didn’t go to the D2 premiere or to E3, and yet they still complain about everything.”

We’ve seen many players put forward ideas that they believe would improve Destiny 2, primarily based on experiences from the first game. Of course, the unknown that exists between now and release is bound to leave the sequel vulnerable to critics, but that is something that goes for any game, not just Destiny 2.

Perhaps its popularity and division of opinion over the first game is something that has left this particular game so publicized in its criticism. Though from what we’ve seen so far, there has been a lot of it constructive, and there is plenty of optimism for Destiny 2 from what has been revealed so far.

Hopefully the issues that plagued the first entry for many, whether it was the way that content was drip fed through, or just technical issues in general, will be resolved come September.

Are you looking forward to Destiny 2? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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