Destiny 2 has a problem. Released back in September, Bungie’s sequel briefly dominated the PC gaming charts. After its much-hyped launch, it appeared to deliver what we hoped for: a solid online sci-fi shooter that improved on the original. But it wasn’t long until cracks in Destiny 2’s armour began to show.
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A lack of meaningful endgame content along with missing game modes and poorly implemented microtransactions crippled the game’s staying power. While many hoped the first DLC – Curse of Osiris – would fix these issues, it failed to live up to expectations. Now those hopes rest on its follow-up, Warmind, to finally pump some energy into Destiny 2 when it arrives on May 8th.