To sum up, bungie really needs to make raids much more accessible in destiny 2 raids are one of the most fun things to do in destiny, they are certainly the most challenging of the pve activities and as such they reward the best gear and loot. While the chances of destiny having matchmaking for raids is still slim to none, bungie explains why they went with this design decision in the first place. Currently, matchmaking is limited to strikes, strike playlists, and crucible multiplayer matches in destinythe higher-level activities like raids, daily heroic missions, weekly heroic strikes, nightfall strikes, and raids all require players either to round up friends online or go it alone. All will bungie add matchmaking to destiny good, agree take a minute to review our code of conduct before submitting your post feedback feedback and suggestions for destiny 2 it's really annoying to have to wait for people to get on to form a group for raids, nightfalls and heroic strikes, especially since we can't go to a public area like. Bungie has confirmed yet again that there are currently no plans to bring raid matchmaking to its sci-fi first-person shooter, destiny the way this currently works, you can't really enjoy some of.
Bungie has “absolutely no plans” to introduce raid matchmaking to destiny in the future, according to lead designer luke smith since the game’s launch, players have been asking bungie for matchmaking support for weekly heroics, nightfall strikes, and the vault of glass raid, but it appears that at least one of these has no chance of happening any time soon. The developer behind destiny, bungie, has revealed that it is considering adding matchmaking to certain levels in destiny this is bungie has revealed it is listening to player feedback and is considering adding matchmaking to more missions in destiny, such as the raid vault of glass. Bungie is discussing the possibility of adding matchmaking to destiny's raid destiny's six-person raid, called vault of glass, does not feature the option for matchmaking with strangers - a.
Bungie wants to make it easier to join and play with other people in destiny 2 previously, clans were a complicated affair, making you log on to bungienet and connect your psn or xbox live. Of course there should be matchmaking for raids i didn't pay $60 to play what bungie allows me, i paid $60 to play everything furthermore, all having no matchmaking does is force us to matchmake ourselves on whatever forum or social network whether or not it's ideal to play with randoms is irrelevant. Bungie has responded to widespread calls to add matchmaking to destiny’s raids, beginning with the vault of glass the studio is “discussing” it as it stands, the six person vault of glass raid does not support matchmaking, a decision which has made it very difficult for some players to take on destiny’s most interesting challenge. The only destiny lfg to offer automated character generation, gamertag authentication, auto-grouping and instant quick-messaging. The most divisive of destiny‘s issues though, is its matchmaking, or lack thereofwith matchmaking not existing in the daily/weekly challenges and raids, some players have already devised their.
While bungie is at it do the same for raids but add a requirement that checks to see if guardians have the required gear score and light level for matchmaking permalink. One of the most unusual features of the original destiny was that it lacked a matchmaking system for high-level content, like raids and nightfall missions with destiny 2, bungie hopes to open up. Now the question is whether bungie will add matchmaking to the punishingly difficult weekly nightfall strikes, or to the high-end content raids that are supposed to require six players to complete. The video game developer bungie admits that it is still considering adding matchmaking support for raids in its popular science fiction shooter destiny. You still need friends for raids, but not necessarily real ones speaking to gameinformer , luke smith, destiny's lead designer, explained why bungie didn't add the feature to begin with.
Destiny developer bungie hasn’t discarded the idea of adding matchmaking to raids in the hit sci-fi shooter, according to an interview with world design lead steve cotton. Bungie has responded to widespread calls to add matchmaking to destiny’s raids, beginning with the vault of glass the studio is “discussing” it. Bungie's still thinking about adding matchmaking to destiny raids 'we’ve been thinking about that a lot,' says a developer, but other changes take precedence.
There will never be raid matchmaking there should not be matchmaking for end game content if randoms want to gamble with other randoms, let them if people want to use lfg sites it's basically the same thing with an extra step, except you can screen people if you already have a raid group who cares. Bungie talked about this issue, and described that whilst they would like raids to be more accessible, some of the stories of players interacting with one another are a reason why matchmaking wasn't added into the game at launch david dague from bungie made a post to address the issue. Bungie's stated earlier: destiny 2, destiny raid matchmaking, leviathan, 2017 - register start a update: destiny 2, 2017 bungie's scott taylor on raid, chung sees it frustrating to have been carried to do no bungie's stated earlier: i get ready to the one player. Gc: so matchmaking for raids is not off the cards sc: no, no we’ve been thinking about that a lot this is a really interesting exchange, because it suggests that bungie is still looking at a lot of possibilities for handling certain things differently in the future – destiny 2 and beyond.
Ever since destiny launched, players have been requesting that bungie add matchmaking support for the game’s hardest content, and now the developer has acknowledged these requests, but sadly can’t promise that anything will happen in a recent weekly update, community manager david deej dague. Bungie's excited about community matchmaking efforts, but it's not in the gameplan for destiny's raids. Many destiny players spent the past three years asking bungie for in-game matchmaking for raids and other high-end activities, and bungie has so far refused to add that feature into the game.