With each new season of Destiny 2 comes a new sandbox, and each comes with slight adjustments. As such, each season has its own meta, a set of weapons that everyone will use when playing PvP. The new season came with a good buff for assault rifles (600-720 rpm). This meant that they would be used a lot more than previously.
I finally reached 1000PL over the weekend. I have to say that the grind was intense, but rewarding with most activities. It wasn’t as bad as grinding for Randy’s, but more than in the last 2 seasons. While many in the community are disappointed in the seasonal content, especially compared to the launch of Shadowkeep. To be honest, I’m not impressed, but I still have a lot of old quests to complete, as I have been playing only for less than a year.
It’s almost been a whole week since S10 dropped, and here’s where I think we’re at so far. Trials of Osiris also opened up last Friday. It’ll be available until Tuesday’s reset. Xūr is also at the tower, near Dead Orbit.
I started playing Destiny 2 again last week and just managed to complete all of the missions that I had to do. It was a close thing. In between server issues, and not being able to matchmake with players good enough to simply run a forge, it was getting tedious. So the end of the season came as a bit of a relief, because there will be more players flocking to the game.
Towards the end of the last season, Season of the Undying, I completely burnt out on D2. It’s not really the game’s fault, but the grind was just too intense and long.
Even if you’re a hardcore gamer, it’s easy to miss some of the best titles throughout the year (we were recently reminded after tuning into Bargain Bin Radio to revisit some older titles ourselves). Maybe you were taking time off from gaming, or were too busy playing another title…but the bargain bin of new/used games from just a few months or even years back are filled with opportunity without the early adopter price tag… More
Actually, I’m kind of surprised that there aren’t more deaths caused by compulsive gaming. Just like anything else, you can become completely addicted to games if you’re not careful. That’s something that potentially led to the death of a Chinese man, who dropped dead during a marathon gaming session.
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