Kyle Bradshaw. Destiny 2, one of the first entirely free-to-play games on Stadia, is gaining full cross-play support sometime this fall. The lack of players leads to longer matchmaking times, which pushes players to exclusively play more populated playlists like Control. Earlier, Bungie mentioned in passing that full cross-play for Destiny 2 was something they would like to do, but that cross-generational play — for example, putting PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 players together — would need to come first.
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Destiny 2 Needs to Fix Solo Matchmaking Before Adding Crucible Ranks
Your role as a moderator enables you immediately ban this user from messaging bypassing the report queue if you select a punishment. I started out as a Guardian. I got hooked on running the Vault of Glass, trying to get my Truth drop in a Nightfall, and, yes, sometimes trolling my fireteam with inopportune Ward of Dawn placements. After playing for just a few short weeks, I knew I wanted to do whatever it took to work on the game. Destiny changed my life. When I walked through the doors of Bungie for the first time, The Dark Below had just shipped and the team already had their eyes up, outlining ambitious plans for the future.
Destiny 2 drops skill-based matchmaking from most PvP modes
New to Shacknews? Signup for a Free Account. Track your Glory Ranks for Competitive Crucible in Destiny 2 and work out how many points you need for the next rank with these Glory Rank tables. Glory Ranks in Destiny 2 are strictly limited to Competitive Crucible.