Destiny 2 team revises its update roadmap

    
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No development plan survives first contact with the community, and Bungie freely admits that its previous Destiny 2 roadmap was subject to change at any moment for any reason.

Hence, an updated and revised roadmap was published this week that takes players from next week’s Patch 1.1.3 through May’s Patch 1.2. A few features have been shuffled around, such as the delay of what would have been 1.1.3’s Nightfall Strike unique weapons to March’s Patch 1.1.4.

“We also have a big addition we’re eager to share,” Bungie said, “Rumble will be joining 6v6 Iron Banner and Mayhem in our new rotating weekly Crucible playlist in 1.1.4. We want to make sure players have a more diverse set of game modes available in both Crucible and Private Matches. Doubles is also planned to return, but we do not have an exact release date just yet.”

Take a gander at the latest development roadmap after the jump!

Source: Bungie
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Khrome

They call this list of *extremely minor changes* (not calling them improvements) a “roadmap” and even make this kind of graphic for it?

This is a small patch for any other game. WTF is bungie doing? Is anyone still falling for their bullshit?

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Deadrites

do the gaming industry a favor and boycott this game.

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John Kiser

They need to get on the ball hardcore. I’ve basically left the game until they do anything at this point that actually feels like they give some sort of shit about the game having any sort of longevity.

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Dug From The Earth

Yeah… they need to be in disaster recovery mode. Instead, this road map is barely something that would be deemed as “adequate” for a healthy game.

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Armsbend

The game was intended to last two years. EA’s life cycle. See: Battlefield and Destiny.

Really only a year – they will start working on Destiny 3 in a few months.

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K38FishTacos

I’d definitely rather have a game that builds on what it has and continues to develop than to have to buy a COD type of game very year or two.

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Armsbend

Most people do. That isn’t in EA’s vocabulary. It’s funny that people who have bought Destiny think it’s some long term game they plan on fostering. I’d hope they are all feeling pretty foolish right about now. The ones who care about this kind of stuff at least. The Madden crowd doesn’t care.

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Dug From The Earth

For me, seems like the road map they are following only has one thing on the agenda:

“Continue to disappoint”

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Greaterdivinity

I get things slip, but it definitely isn’t doing them any favors.

Oh well, continuing to look like it won’t be worth playing until the next DLC at the earliest so I’ll just keep not playing. Now I have ME:A to keep me company since it’s on sale for $10 and ho boy is the first hour of the game off to a phenominal start in terms of it being both painfully and delightfully bad, even after all the improvements after launch.