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STATES CHRONICLE – Bungie, the creators of Destiny 2, have released two livestreams so far to talk about their next expansion, Curse of Osiris. They were about to release a third one this week, but the developer decided to cancel it in favor of more pressing issues. Instead, it will offer a blog post which will contain important information, so it will probably address the recent controversy of the new XP scaling system.
The third Curse of Osiris livestream will be canceled
The launch of Curse of Osiris is scheduled for December 5th, so Bungie had decided to release the last livestream on the expansion to comment upon the new armors and weapons it will bring. However, the developer suddenly decided to cancel this livestream, and deliver some important information for the players.
This information is labeled as high-priority, and it’s related to how the studio performs the overall assessment of Destiny 2, and what plans there are for future. Also, players will be informed on how the developers reacted to their feedback, and how much of it was considered for future expansions and improvements.
The Destiny 2 creators want to address some vital information on the game
All of this will be presented in a blog post on Bungie’s website, so there won’t be any livestream this week. However, the studio hasn’t revealed if they are to redo the canceled livestream, but it’s not much time left until the release of Curse of Osiris.
The expansion will bring some essential changes in Destiny 2. Therefore, the creators revealed they would address them in the blog post. Also, they would take some time to answer the frequently asked questions and complaints, which might count as the vital information they had to share. However, it’s not clear what they mean by that. Most probably, they are going to discuss the controversial scaling system of the XP.
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