Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and New Light are just the beginning.
Half-way through the lifecycle of Destiny 2 and the Destiny franchise, Bungie has embarked on a defining task. It was back in January when it was announced that the union between Activision and Bungie, the infamous $500 million deal, was no more. The game would no longer be supported by the publisher and would be taken off its Battle.net service. The split between the two companies could be what either breaks Destiny and Bungie, or gives them new life as an independent developer. Is Bungie ready to change the game, again?
Since playing the original Destiny on PS4, we’ve always felt that the franchise could always do more. We enjoyed the hundreds of hours we’ve spent on Destiny and Destiny 2, however, as its been reported since the original’s launch, the amount of active players has slowly withered away with the most hardcore fans standing up for the game. We used to be one of those fans, but slowly, our interest in the game slowly dissipated with other interests taking our focus. We hope Destiny is back. We hope we’re back to playing Destiny as our main game, or else, we think it’s the last chance it may have gotten from us.
Join us as we re-visit Destiny 2 with the launch of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep on October 1st, live on our YouTube channel!