Some Destiny 2 Players Blaming Datto for Upcoming Difficulty Changes
Destiny 2’s end-game activities feature a difficulty adjustment in Lightfall, and some community members are pointing the finger at a single YouTuber.
Since Bungie decided to make Destiny 2Endgame activities are much more difficult, YouTuber Datto has taken the blame from some of his members DESTINY community. Endgame activities are the most important source of gaining power levels Destiny 2. While some fans have taken to various social media forums to voice their concerns about this difficulty issue, a seemingly vocal minority are blaming content creators for introducing these changes.
One of its strong points Destiny 2 is the wide variety of activities players can engage in for suitably powerful rewards. In Destiny 2, players can either engage each other in the Crucible and fight against AI fighters while fending off other invaders in Gambit, or take part in various PvE-focused activities such as Strikes, Nightmare Hunts, and more. While Crucible and Gambit have a PvP element involved. difficulty in ambitious PvE activities is limited only by player skill and team coordination. Although Day 1 is entering Destiny 2 still offers a significant challenge, Bungie believes that other end-game activities have been left behind thanks to players being extremely strong.
In a recent blog post, Bungie outlined a number of changes that are coming Destiny 2the top PvE activities, bringing them in line with the player’s current power. Despite the fact that increasing difficulty in all areas is a controversial decision, many Destiny 2 Gamers have voiced their support for these changes, including one of the most prominent YouTubers covering Destiny 2, Stefan “Datto” Jonke. Known for providing personal commentary on the game’s issues, Datto has been a polarizing figure in the game Destiny 2 community to support some of the less popular changes. And a small segment of the community has taken forks to blame the YouTuber’s comments as the catalyst for these changes.
Datto explained in a 26-minute video that some of the changes, such as increasing the difficulty that Bungie is bringing. Destiny 2The ending of the game is good for the future of the game. The YouTuber supported Bungie’s decision to promote skillful and coordinated play in difficult encounters and stated that the ambitious content should be difficult to match the strong rewards. Some players took to Twitter and Reddit to voice their opinions against Datto for espousing such “elitist” views. Players should keep in mind that most of these opinions are personal and do not represent the perspective of the whole Destiny 2 community.
Players should also extend the same courtesy to Datto himself, as he has always maintained that his videos are strictly personal opinions. In the aforementioned video, Datto points out that Bungie’s confusing wording about Lost Sector’s difficulty is troubling. He further explained that some of the top rewards don’t match the difficulty level and Bungie should address that point as well. He concludes the video by stating that players should wait for Lightfall to launch and give it a try Destiny 2the latest expansion for themselves before forming any definite opinion.
Destiny 2 is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. The Lightfall The expansion pack is expected to be released on all platforms on February 28th.
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