Destiny 2 Players Want Silver in Season Passes After Witch Queen Pricing Controversy – GameRant

Destiny 2 players are unhappy about the Dungeons controversy for The Witch Queen Deluxe Edition and suggest Silver is added to Season passes.

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Destiny 2 has been doing well for Bungie ever since the shift to the seasonal model with yearly expansions coming, even though players are not happy with the way releases are being handled. This sentiment stems from the fact that Bungie’s wording was never very clear when it came to the Dungeons coming with The Witch Queen Deluxe Edition, and some players believed them to be part of it because they came with Season passes. However, Bungie recently clarified that that was not the case and instead, Dungeons are separate content from Seasons, which means they are included in the Deluxe Edition alone – or future upgrade paths.

As such, controversy sparked across the community because either some players felt like they had been misled in their purchase or because of the general trend of Destiny 2 getting more expensive every year. The latter is true to a certain extent, though, because the game is also getting more content in the form of two Dungeons with The Witch Queen, but the issue is mainly Bungie’s lack of communication on the reasons for the extra cost and lack of clarity.

Because of these reasons, and seeing how many people were affected by the news, a Reddit user by the name of ThatGuyFromTheM0vie shared a post on the platform explaining why Bungie should add Silver to the Season passes. This move would make Destiny 2‘s Season passes more valuable because Silver is a real-money-only currency within the game, which could then be collected in small quantities in the free-to-play Season pass and in bigger quantities in the paid branch. Silver is mostly used for cosmetic items, emotes, finishers, and more, but it could also be useful for those who want to purchase the next Season pass with it.

Mainly, the post criticizes how Destiny 2‘s Season passes are not on par with the industry’s standards, whereas most other games with paid seasonal or monthly content include cash currency. This would also balance the changes for the Season pass in Season of the Lost, where armor was removed from it, while other virtually worthless items persist – such as fixed rolls for seasonal weapons and Glimmer.

The success of the post goes to show how much of an impact the Dungeon pricing debacle had on the community, and it poses the question as to what Bungie should do with Destiny 2 in the future. Maybe the November TWAB with information about the 30th Anniversary Pack sandbox changes would be a great time to discuss this in more detail.

Destiny 2 is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

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