Probably should read ALL replies before jumping in, but... (Destiny)

by cheapLEY @, Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 18:57 (766 days ago) @ Ragashingo

I agree, Bungie should have left it alone. But I disagree that they should have done nothing once the larger exploit did occur. I think Bungie should attempt to fix every exploit as quickly as possible, no matter if it's gameplay breaking like the infinite Shadowshot or Monty Python emote, or economy breaking like this current one.

The economy is already inherently broken, as far as I'm concerned.

Why? What did that person having 12,000 cores do to you?

Because I don't like people who cheese or cheat.

Ah, so nothing. Got it.

I'm all for Bungie eliminating the gameplay loop where I never have enough of X to infuse the Y I had to hope dropped from a limited supply of Powerful Engrams. Playing Destiny should be about playing Destiny. At the same time, if the economy or grind gets to be too bad, I'd rather play something else until it gets better than be one of the few who are lucky enough to circumvent the rules while the rest of the player base has to suffer under them.

The fact that people felt the need to do this exploit should serve as proof enough to Bungie that the whole system sucks. If people could get a reasonable amount of cores just by playing the game, no one would have bothered. Well, not no one--we are talking about a group of players that spent hours shooting into a cave instead of just playing the game.

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