Bungie developers are currently facing criticism from the community for their “Destiny 2: The Witch Queen” release policy. Above all, the fact that expansion dungeons are only available as part of the deluxe version or separately is pissed off by it.
In February next year, Bungie’s shooter multiplayer expansion “Destiny 2” will appear under the name “The Witch Queen”.
As the studio has now confirmed, the new dungeons that find their way into “Destiny 2” as part of “The Witch Queen” will only be available in the Deluxe Editions. Or in other words: If you only bought the standard editions of “Die Hexenkönigin” or the Year 5 Season Pass, you have to give up the dungeons if you are not willing to buy them separately and therefore have to log out again to be asked.
Dungeons are not part of the Season Pass
“We’ve seen some discussions about the content of the new dungeon and wanted to clarify how it will be delivered over the next year,” community manager Cozmo23 said in a response to Reddit. When you buy the digital deluxe edition of The Witch Queen, you get the expansion, all four seasons of next year, plus the two dungeons. If you purchase the standard edition, you can still upgrade to the Deluxe Edition to get access to dungeons later. We’ll also give you a separate option To purchase dungeons in the future, but it will not be included in the Season Pass.”
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The release policy that Bungie executives expected to make few friends. Especially on platforms like Reddit or Twitter, the decision to offer dungeons separately for purchase or as part of the Deluxe Edition is sometimes controversial. How much player criticism will lead Bungie to reconsider this decision.
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen will be released in February 2022.
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