This week the Destiny 2 Go Fast Update is live with Patch 1.1.4. Bungie is also looking for a contract position that sounds like an endgame tester. Could this position be for The Taken Queen launch this fall/winter? Sea Of Thieves is out and we’ve had some hands on time with the game. It makes for a great initial 5 hour experience but feels like a very unfinished & shallow game past that point. Is the new games as a service model taking over the investment game genre? We’ll also briefly talk about Monster Hunter World & the new Deviljho patch feedback, plus Monster Hunter World is the best selling game in February for both consoles making it the best selling game of 2018 so far. Thanks for listening to this week’s show
This week we cover the final faction rally of season 2 in Destiny 2. We then chat about Warframe’s 5 year anniversary with free goodies for players to collect before March 26. The Division 2 was officially announced and we have some thoughts on the press release. Monster Hunter World is receiving a giant free title update in the next few days that looks awesome, and Battlefront 2 is bringing microtransactions back to the game. Thanks for listening!
This week its all about update 1.1.4 Preview, no more radar in trials and competitive moving forward. Buffs are coming to most weapons across the sandbox along with big movement speed changes across the board as well. Is this enough though to bring back lapsed players? Bungie has a tough road ahead between now and Expansion two. Thanks for listening to this week’s show.
This week we go over more details of update 1.1.4 arriving in a few weeks. This update will bring sandbox tuning, rotational PvP playlists, and more. Iron Banner 6v6 will be introduced shortly after, which will be Control but with some game tuning adjustments with 6v6 in mind. Will 6v6 be chaotic on some of the smaller maps, and will the sandbox changes address the communities concerns with the TTK of Destiny 2 PvP? Nightfall scoring has been launched and of course cheese was discovered and utilized. Thanks for listening to this week’s show.