Bungie Apologizes For Destiny 2 Content Lockouts

Posted: Dec 12 2017, 6:25am CST | by , in News | Technology News

 
Bungie Apologizes for Destiny 2 Content Lockouts
  • Bungie Admits to Making Mistakes with How they have handled Content Access behind DLC Paywall
  • Promises to Fix Some Mistakes This Week

Bungie has addressed the issue of DLC paywall which has locked out the gamers from high level activities after the update to Destiny 2: The Curse of Osiris

Bungie updated the sequel to Destiny in Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris about six days ago. It came in time for the holiday season and many might have upgraded to the sequel.

However, as the fans of the game started to play the game, they soon found out a big fault in the gameplay. Something that the fans as well as the Bungie developers might not have anticipated.

What happened was when Bungie upgraded the game, the DLC playwall was updated as well. The DLC paywall became a hurdle for gameplayers as they locked some of the most sought high-level content.

Four of the most popular content that have been blocked include; Prestige versions of the Leviathan raid, Nightfall strike on the player-versus-environment side which is offered weekly, Trials of the Nine and Iron Banner in the player-versus-player Crucible. All this content offers highest-class loot in all of Destiny 2.

Bungie got a serious backlash for the DLC paywall and the game developer was quick to address the issues. In an official blog, Bungie released a statement in which they acknowledged that the company had made the mistake with the update.

Their fans were right to be disappointed and Bungie was doing everything to correct the issues as soon as possible. The issues are expected to be patched up by Dec 12th.

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