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Multi No pay, no play?


Oi! Who stole my pretty green letters?
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16 Jul 2014
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Even though I'm not playing this game, I just read the article below (source)
Sounds like a crappy way to "force" people to buy DLC.

High-Level Destiny 2 Activities Are Now Locked Behind DLC

If there’s one thing that Destiny players love, it’s being locked out of content until they pay money. Curse of Osiris is happy to deliver, gating off many of Destiny 2's high-level activities to anyone who hasn’t bought the new expansion.

Curse of Osiris, which came out Tuesday, raises the caps on Destiny 2character and Power levels. It also raises the requirements for endgame activities across the board, like the raid and Nightfall strike. Whereas in vanilla Destiny 2 the tougher, Prestige versions of both the raid and Nightfall asked you to have a minimum Power level of 300, they now want you to be 330.

The problem here is that if you don’t have Curse of Osiris, you’re capped at 305 Power, and you can’t actually enter those activities until you buy the expansion:

The Heroic strike playlist (which launched alongside Curse of Osiris) is also locked, despite only requiring a Power level of 270:

Longtime Destiny players might have known to expect this—after all, Bungie pulled a similar move with the Weekly Heroic Strike when The Dark Below launched in December 2014. For years now, Destiny devotees have come to expect that they’ll need to buy all the game’s expansions in order to keep up. But for Destiny 2 newcomers or PC-only players, suddenly being locked out of high-level content might come as a surprise to anyone who didn’t want to drop $20 on Curse of Osiris. It might feel as if the developers just took away something you’ve already bought.

Bungie’s PR rep has not responded to a request for comment.

Here’s the kicker: If you can’t beat the prestige raid or prestige Nightfall, you can’t get one of the game’s achievements (“The Prestige”). Which means you can’t get a Destiny 2 platinum trophy without the DLC. Yikes.


Wino extraordinaire
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30 Jun 2012
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No surprise there


Serious Gamer
Senior Citizen
2 Jul 2012
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Having to buy dlc to play future content is Meh but okay them the breaks, but having to buy it for content you have already paid for is rubbish. EA should look at this as the alternative to the loot box, "we know how much you love battlefront, how about the chance to buy it again? and again?"