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Forsaken is good, like most currents Destiny player will confirm this, except the kind of small problems that will never stop teasing the series. But it is as good as Destiny 2 has ever been, and perhaps enlargement is putting the series in a better state than it is ever even in the D1 era, depending on who you ask.

The problem is that people play it.

While Bungie did their usual basic game, DLC's, an expansion $ 60 bundle fell for Forsaken, it was a slightly higher order to get players who had bought Destiny 2 to play Forsaken. And one of the most important obstacles has now been removed to make that possible.

Bungie has announced that if you buy Forsaken alone, it will now contain both the Curse of Osiris and the Warmind DLCs. Both DLCs had to play Forsaken so far, but given that Destiny 2The launch was so-so and Curse or Osiris was downright bad, many original D2 owners gave up the series and did not really feel like buying 1-2 DLCs. just to achieve the "good" expansion in Forsaken. This removes that problem and hopefully more people get Forsaken immediately.

It is a rather unusual move, given that Forsaken has just been launched without this bundling just a month ago, but it seems that Bungie wants to downgrade the accelerator and want to convert more existing D2 players into Forsaken owners, although we do not know exactly what the exact confirmation percentage is. Absolutely not as high as they would probably want, if this kind of bundle happens.

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It has never really made sense to why you need both DLCs for Forsaken, since you never visit Mercury or Mars during the Forsaken campaign or for any of its special content. But there are problems with Crucible and Strike playlists, which use Osiris / Warmind cards and missions, and things like the weekly Flashpoint or Spider Wanted premiums that send you to those planets.

It talks about how difficult it is to keep up Destiny unless you keep abreast of all these releases. Granted, D2 was a new start, but even in the past year it's easy to feel "behind" if you've missed one or two DLCs, and it was literally impossible to play Forsaken unless you had them.

If you are about to use this Forsaken bundle (launched on October 16), my advice is probably to skip Osiris and Warmind and jump into Forsaken. Use the level / power boosting items that Bungie offers and go directly to Forsaken, which is easily the best content, even if I appreciate certain aspects of Warmind. If you become addicted, go back and walk through those other DLCs, but I would start with the best, as this is the whole point of this bundle.

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As for our suckers who have bought all the DLC separately? Bungie knows that they should give us something, and so we get emblems, shaders, exotic emotes, guns and masterpiece-core necessities. I'm not sure how many of each, but hey, free things. I would be one little salty if I had decided to buy both seasonal pass DLCs and Forsaken a month ago, and then this happened, but I also understand why Bungie thought they should probably do this.

We will not re-address such a situation until at least Destiny 3, given that year two is full of three smaller content releases and not full DLCs, and I can not imagine that they will be needed for What 2019 & # 39; s fall expansion is also.

The more players in Forsaken, the better, I say, and remember, shoot the ENVOYS ENAMELS IN GAMBIT.

follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Read my new sci-fi thriller novel Herokiller, now available in print and online. I wrote too The Earthborn trilogy.

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Forsaken is good, like most currents Destiny player will confirm this, except the kind of small problems that will never stop teasing the series. But it is as good as Destiny 2 has ever been, and perhaps enlargement is putting the series in a better state than it is ever even in the D1 era, depending on who you ask.

The problem is that people play it.

While Bungie did their usual basic game, DLC's, an expansion $ 60 bundle fell for Forsaken, it was a slightly higher order to get players who had bought Destiny 2 to play Forsaken. And one of the most important obstacles has now been removed to make that possible.

Bungie has announced that if you buy Forsaken alone, it will now contain both the Curse of Osiris and the Warmind DLCs. Both DLCs had to play Forsaken so far, but given that Destiny 2The launch was so-so and Curse or Osiris was downright bad, many original D2 owners gave up the series and did not really feel like buying 1-2 DLCs. just to achieve the "good" expansion in Forsaken. This removes that problem and hopefully more people get Forsaken immediately.

It is a rather unusual move, given that Forsaken has just been launched without this bundling just a month ago, but it seems that Bungie wants to downgrade the accelerator and want to convert more existing D2 players into Forsaken owners, although we do not know exactly what the exact confirmation percentage is. Absolutely not as high as they would probably want, if this kind of bundle happens.

It has never really made sense to why you need both DLCs for Forsaken, since you never visit Mercury or Mars during the Forsaken campaign or for any of its special content. But there are problems with Crucible and Strike playlists, which use Osiris / Warmind cards and missions, and things like the weekly Flashpoint or Spider Wanted premiums that send you to those planets.

It talks about how difficult it is to keep up Destiny unless you keep abreast of all these releases. Granted, D2 was a new start, but even in the past year it's easy to feel "behind" if you've missed one or two DLCs, and it was literally impossible to play Forsaken unless you had them.

If you are about to use this Forsaken bundle (launched on October 16), my advice is probably to skip Osiris and Warmind and jump into Forsaken. Use the level / power boosting items that Bungie offers and go directly to Forsaken, which is easily the best content, even if I appreciate certain aspects of Warmind. If you become addicted, go back and walk through those other DLCs, but I would start with the best, as this is the whole point of this bundle.

As for our suckers who have bought all the DLC separately? Bungie knows that they should give us something, and so we get emblems, shaders, exotic emotes, guns and masterpiece-core necessities. I'm not sure how many of each, but hey, free things. I would be one little salty if I had decided to buy both seasonal pass DLCs and Forsaken a month ago, and then this happened, but I also understand why Bungie thought they should probably do this.

We will not re-address such a situation until at least Destiny 3, given that year two is full of three smaller content releases and not full DLCs, and I can not imagine that they will be needed for What 2019 & # 39; s fall expansion is also.

The more players in Forsaken, the better, I say, and remember, shoot the ENVOYS ENAMELS IN GAMBIT.

follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Read my new sci-fi thriller novel Herokiller, now available in print and online. I wrote too The Earthborn trilogy.