In a recent interview, Bungies Luke Smith talked about the upcoming online shooter “Destiny 2” and stressed that the guide games are not available for all activities. Private PvP games will not be included in the game.
The Activision and Bungie executives had also introduced the so-called “Guide Games” as part of the Gameplay Revealing of “Destiny 2” last month. With these, single players are given the opportunity to find a group to play at any time, in order to finally complete strikes as well as raids, if you have no friends at hand.
However, Luke Smith, director of “Destiny 2,” has stated a clear limitation of the guide games: “The activities of the normal level will be guide games and the heroic ones will continue to be ‘find your own’.”
So you will only be able to use the new matchmaking of “Destiny 2”, if you do not dare to the heavy variants of the Strikes and Raids. Whoever wants to get the maximum out of the game, will have to keep his own friends together.
Could there be ranking games?
However, Luke Smith has announced some more information that might piss on some players. In the melting pot, the PvP area of ”Destiny 2″, no private games will be available at the launch.
Since the “Destiny” extension “The Awakening of the Iron Lords” it was possible to organize private games in the melting pot. With the new part, the function will be waiting for you. If and when the private games are ultimately to be submitted, Smith has of course not yet betrayed.
Smith also talked about rank-list games. Having initially denied the implementation of rank-list games, Smith had betrayed the team currently working on “something” that might be in the game in September. Whether this will ultimately be a ranking mode, however, is not known. Smith only emphasized that the desire of rank-list fans should be satisfied.
Maybe Bungie will bring seasons, ranking lists, or other features into play. Since an integration to the launch is not guaranteed, you should have some patience.
“Destiny 2” will be released on September 6, 2017 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC players will be able to get started on 24 October 2017 via Battle.net.