Free online MMO looter shooter Fate 2Released in 2017, one of my favorite video games. I play it all the time. I have many characters. All the last seasons are mine. This is fantastic. But I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t worried about the future of the game with each passing season, it seems more prone to breakage. In fact, as I write this paragraph around 4pm on January 24th, the game remains offline as Bungie continues to investigate the latest issue. Meanwhile, many players are probably hoping for a new engine and game in the form Fate 3. But things are never that simple.
early today Fate 2 accepted offline on all platforms Bungie investigated players losing progress on triumphs and seals, which act as in-game achievements and challenges. It’s not the end of the world, of course, but a few last week players reported losing their character with all its advances and items. And before that, It was a new mission that wasn’t properly updated for players. And before that it was something else. In 2023, after years of updates, expansions, and more, it feels like Fate 2 begins to bend under its own weight.
Taking a look Bungie’s official support account on Twitter— updated frequently to inform players about upcoming patches, server issues, and other important information. Fate 2—Bungie’s “Gosh, this doesn’t work. We are trying to fix it. More info later.” Online games that don’t work every day aren’t new, and they’re not an exceptional problem Fate 2. But this is starting to become a more common problem with the aging shooter. Judging by this support account, most tweets about bugs or broken missions aren’t weeks apart, but days or less.
Anecdotally, my game time Fate 2 lately you’ve been more confused than usual. This new season brought with it both cool new heist missions and some weird setbacks that I haven’t seen before. I’m still having an issue with the game not counting every PvP match, which makes us play more to finish the challenges and weekly quests. And I’ve just accepted that in-game rewards associated with kills, missions, or other activities won’t always update as they should. In fact, the more I think about it, the more I and other gamers I know are just getting used to it. Fate 2 not be reliable. And as the game expands and adds more layers and systems, it gets worse, not better.
Look online and you’ll quickly see players suggesting that Bungie needs to move on to a theoretical Destiny 3, a game that likely will happen—and is maybe in development already—but which hasn’t been confirmed. During today’s extended downtime, Fate 3 It was trending on Twitter while players argue over the shooter’s future and stability. some, new engine idea and the fresh slate felt promising, giving hope that it would solve most of it Destiny 2′etc. problems Others have noted that Creating a new game is not easy or is simple to run and likely to have missing features or content at launch. In addition, there are no guarantees would solve all the problems that arise.
Personally, I think new Fate it would probably be a good move to finally make. This can allow developers to do things more flexibly and handle events that they have spent years developing and improving. But I’m not naive enough to believe that this will fix everything or be easy to create. Again, I feel the frustration of the players Fate 2 remains consistently inconsistent.
Like an old computer or blender, Fate 2 it mostly works, but it’s covered in duct tape, holes, and dirt. And often you have to kick it or stir it with a cord to get it started. Sure, it’s still alive, but you’ll probably have to replace it one day. And with Fate 2I have a feeling Bungie will stick with the tape for as long as it takes Fate 2 Survive to the end of the planned roadmap that will see the final season coming in 2024. Past that, well, I don’t know. Hopefully by then the game will be at least more stable and reliable, not worse.
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