As I’ve made abundantly clear on this site, I like Destiny. I continue to play it after all this time and have even picked it up on PS4 despite having hundreds of hours already clocked on Xbox One. While the game had a very rocky start, it remade itself and turned into a something I would find myself playing every day. It took a very shallow and repetitive experience, only propped up by impressive graphics and solid gameplay, and supplied content in a style reminiscent of an MMO, dumping new things a couple of times a year.
The first year of Bungie’s supposed 10 year plan for Destiny has been somewhat shaky for us: the faithful guardians. In the 12 months since the game’s release there have been ups and downs, but if I had to describe Destiny in any way; I’d call it a redemption story. But maybe I’m overstating it, because to some it’s been a battle. A constant back and forth between the players and the developers of power creep and rebalancing.