Content of the article: "For people salty about the down time with Interference Finale being postponed, remember the down time between Taken King and April Update"
From September of 2015 to April of 2016, there was no new content added to Destiny (barring Heroic King's Fall and King's Fall challenges which released shortly after). For those who weren't around then, this place was shit to browse. People were out for blood, bringing pitchforks to the TWABs and shouting week after week "TLDR nothing". In April we were given a free mini expansion, consisting of a small quest chain that unlocked a Strike, an updated Arena, and a few new weapons. In hindsight, this was because Activision was pushing hard for Destiny 2, and Bungie had to buy time with not only the April update, but Rise of Iron as well.
Recently, I've seen a lot of people bitching about how bad it is that Bungie postponed the finale of Interference until Beyond Light comes out. Yeah it sucks, but people are acting like this is the straw that breaks the camel's back. I've seen comments like
I was hoping it would come out this week so I could finish it and take a 2 month break before Beyond Light
or some variation thereof. Oh no, instead of playing the game and taking a break you have to…uh…take a break and then play the game?…hm.
To continue, a huge point of contention recently has been the FOMO element. People feeling like they have to play every week since the season is time sensitive and they might miss something if they don't play that week. While I admit that it's a problem, if anything, this is an unintended boon in that regard: 8 more weeks to catch up on missed Interference lore books. 8 more weeks to grind out that perfect roll on must-haves. 8 more weeks to do all the stuff that's going away.
On that point, it's not like it's even 2 months of nothing. Next month we have Festival of the Lost, which historically isn't anything super special but there's new stuff to earn there. You won't be twiddling your thumbs waiting. Honestly, I'd bet good money that you have Triumphs you haven't earned. Emblems you haven't obtained. There's 2,922 triumphs in the game. There's surely something you can find to do to pass the time.
Yeah it sucks that it's delayed. But you can't blame Bungie for wanting to polish the game more due to COVID impacting the world and fucking up how things would've been (if anything you should be applauding the decision to extend the cycle instead of implementing heavy crunch time) just because you can't wait 2 months.
- Warning for new players
- Destiny 2 is a PvE game before a PvP game
- I think there is a problem with the way people view difficulty in this game. At least in this subreddit
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