With another Raid on the horizon, fans have been wondering if Bungie would reverse their stance on a lack of matchmaking for the mode. Given that it's nearly impossible for many players to assemble a Destiny team made up of real-life contacts who all happen to have the same schedules and own the game on the same console, they've turned to outside matchmaking sites to form groups and run the Raid instead. I think that's the challenge. It's not how do we change the raid-design philosophy to allow for matchmaking. So rather than allow for matchmaking for Raids, Bungie is instead aiming to bring Raid-like elements to other matchmade parts of the game, presumably Strikes and story missions.
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Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Delayed to , Sunsetting is Dead, & More Announced in Huge News Dump
Hi, i have just bought XR DumaOs and struggling to setup geo filter for playing with a specific player i want in Destiny 2. My friend is from Sydney and I am from Melbourne. Every time i started for matchmaking it gives some random teams even after i left the filtering mode on. Can someone please help be with how to setup the geo filter and how setup if i want to play only with the specific team i want in Destiny 2. Not sure I fully understand, you want to play with your friend? When you add them to your lobby when you get a game you'll be on the same team by default wouldn't you? You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Delayed to 2022, Sunsetting is Dead, & More Announced in Huge News Dump
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Update: As of 4 March, Bungie says that the over-manned activities can stay for now. In the This Week at Bungie blog, it wrote: "The big buzz around the community this week has been players finding out a way to cram four fireteams in activities meant for one. So that's pretty much a free pass to go nuts. We are planning on fixing this before Grandmaster Nightfall's begin on March 16, but you are free to party up until the fix goes live. Original story: It's turning into quite the day for hilarious Destiny 2 matchmaking exploits.