Restarting Destiny 2 after the separation from Activision seemed to bring fresh air into the game for a while, but criticism is growing. Now Bungie wants to counteract this with new measures.
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The DLC Fortress of Shadows brought some changes to Destiny 2, but the last two seasons seemed rather sobering. Accordingly, criticism and discontent among the players grow, especially since the cheater problem has been growing and flourishing for a few weeks. The Bungie development team apparently already has some plans in the drawer, some of which will be addressed in the upcoming Season 11, but some of which will take longer due to far-reaching changes and can hardly be implemented before Season 12.
In order to establish more contact with the community and keep the players less in the dark, Bungie has now decided to let members of the team have their say on certain topics every week for the rest of the current season. These are supposed to be important topics, and Bungie's plans for these topics should also be named. Fans are invited to suggest topics for "This Week At Bungie" in the future. The first episode is already supposed to be about the season model.
One concrete topic is the ongoing Trials of Osiris event, which is suffering from a sharp drop in the number of players. Maues loot and all the more cheaters are currently ruining fun for many. The loot system of the event should therefore be revised in the coming season in order to reward the players more. A weekly reward regardless of the match victories should motivate players to participate. There will also be more high-end materials for the production of masterpieces in the future.
Apart from that, Bungie wants to hit the theaters more and more. Since January, cheaters have increased by over 50 percent. Despite increased ban numbers, Bungie is currently barely able to keep up. The anti-cheat team is now to be strengthened, especially for the most affected PC version. Also more features of Valve Anti-Cheat should be integrated via Steam.
The ban system is also being revised. Not only should cheaters themselves be banned, but also players who regularly benefit from the interaction with cheaters, even if they themselves play "cleanly". It is also being considered to make access to Trials of Osiris more difficult in order to prevent cheaters from constantly creating new accounts.