Destiny , an online shooter in which you travel the universe not getting Gjallarhorn, is getting another big patch soon, and some of the new tweaks are not going to be welcomed by longtime players. Despite the fact that hardcore players are hitting a wall , at least partly due to Bungie's insistence upon forcing everyone to play how Bungie wants them to play, Bungie is again enacting changes that will force everyone to play how Bungie wants them to play. Today's revelation: the weekly heroic strike will soon turn into a "matchmade" activity—in other words, players will be forced into matchmaking whenever they start it with a fireteam of less than three people. No more soloing or running the weekly heroic with a single other friend—you'll now be stuck in a team of three based on Destiny 's matchmaking algorithms, like you are whenever you try to run a regular-level strike. Says Bungie on their blog which you can read in full here :. As part of 1.
Matchmaking in Destiny, is it ever going to happend?
Matchmaking in Destiny, is it ever going to happend? - Microsoft Community
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How does Strike/Matchmaking work?
I've been dancing around this for a long time now, and not since before launch have I addressed this issue directly. With the Heroic Strike finally getting matchmaking, that is still seven top-tier pieces of content that require premade groups to complete. With a complete and utter lack of in-game group-finding tools, fans have created countless sites like DestinyLFG which aim to assemble groups to complete these activities.
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