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Destiny 2: Beyond Light

Destiny 2: Beyond Light

I pre-ordered the deluxe edition when the expansion was announced, hoping that Bungie would release long-awaited good content and fix oldI pre-ordered the deluxe edition when the expansion was announced, hoping that Bungie would release long-awaited good content and fix old bugs. But I already see that the new year in Destiny will bring more bad than good. From the pros: the interface has been improved, beautiful locations (although I play at low graphics settings), a new unique subclass, interesting exotics. Briefly about the cons: a primitive and boring plot, broken PVP due to stasis, terrible optimization (I play on a weak computer, but FPS was enough for a comfortable game at low settings, now it’s difficult to call it a comfortable game, when even the plot videos started freezing), lack of new content even to partially replace the removed old one, terribly little new equipment and the absence of the old one due to sunsetting, the same endless Bounty farming despite the developers promises to change this system in a new addition. And lastly, I will say about the new season of the Hunt and the new seasonal activity. It’s very sad so far. Dull activity in which you cannot play in a party, with weak bosses, you cannot farm what you want, since every time the type of loot obtained is randomized. And the weapon itself is not particularly needed, except that you can have an actual light level, and armor drops with low characteristics up to 60 points. Although this is far from all the content of the season, the main opinion has already formed. Expand

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