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3 Reasons to Buy the Destiny 2 Annual Pass & 2 Reasons Not To

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Buy If You Love Forsaken

Buy If You Love Forsaken

Are you loving Forsaken? If it’s a core part of your weekly gaming time, you should consider buying the Destiny 2 Annual Pass.

Now that Forsaken has been out for a while and you’ve been able to see the direction of Destiny 2, you can make a good decision about whether or not this is for you. 

One of the biggest things to consider is if your friends are still playing Destiny 2 Forsaken or if they abandoned you to go play Red Dead Redemption 2. 

For gamers that are loving Forsaken, this is looking like a good $35 investment in another year of gaming. 

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  1. WA9227

    11/21/2018 at 1:11 am

    When Destiny 1 came out, I bought the game and Season Pass $100 (The Best $ Spent). When Destiny 2 came out, I bought the game and Season Pass $100 (The Worst $ Spent). Then a couple months later they offer up Forsaken to me for $40 (PISS ME OFF), Forsaken should have been part of my $100 dollar Season Pass on D2, (I purchased the $40 Expansion cost), a couple months later they want another $40 for Annual Pass? The HELL with BUNGIE! Their not getting another Dime from me! I wasted $40 for Forsaken, Gambit or (Dammit) SUCKS! Crucible SUCKS, I haven’t been able to find anyone who even wants to do a RAID on Destiny 2 or Forsaken, some start it, but wont finish it and the rest of us that’s never done a RAID is screwed! Why pay Bungie for their technical mistakes, why? Forsaken will be my last experience with Bungie Products, no more, I’ve had it up to here, I’m done!

  2. Peazo

    11/24/2018 at 4:47 am

    I can whole heartedly see why long term players would be annoyed at this annual pass. I got Destiny 2 for free during the 2 week offer and bought Forsaken for £26, which had all of year 1 content. I doubt I’ll buy the annual pass based on past performance from the publisher. Extra guns, bubble environments and an attrocious method of looking for groups to play with, puts me off. I have to use either an app for my phone that doesn’t separate between EU, US or Asia servers. Or I have to use a discord group to find players, add these people as friends on Battlenet and then play. Considering past experiences with Warcraft, Bungie have done a terrible job bringing gamers together, even to message each other.
    With Anthem just around the corner, I’ll be one of the players waiting to see what happens next.

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