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Bungie announced several changes coming with Season of Opulence including surprising exotic nerfs fans are not happy about.
With the news that Destiny's Crown of Sorrow Raid will release the same day Season of Opulence, we're very excited. Here's why.
After the Borderlands 3 reveal loot is on all of our minds and we discuss what Destiny does well vs. the Gearbox shooter. Then we chat a bit about our E3 2019 hopes for Destiny.
In Destiny chat this week we think back to some of our favorite musical moments, talk about the Xur bounty denial, and say goodbye to a friend.
Everything happening with Destiny this week and some conversation about what could be done better in the world of guardians.
The Destiny 3 rumors continue alongside regular updates to the Destiny sandbox. Here's what's being said and the latest confirmed for Destiny 2.
This week we try our first live episode of Fireteam Chat from the new space and discuss the news revealed this week about Destiny 2.
This week is largely dedicated to talking about Enhancement Cores and general quality of life topics in the world of Destiny we'd like tweaked.
Now that we've seen a majority of the features added with Season of the Drifter we discuss what works well, what needs to be improved, and what we'd like to see added in the future.
The latest Destiny 2 expansion is here with Season of the Drifter. It brings Gambit Prime and the Reckoning! Here are our first impressions.
Bungie gives us 50 minutes of new Season of the Drifter details you won't want to miss!
In this very special episode, we look back fondly at the show's history and Destiny's, discuss what we think Trials should be, and say a very fond farewell to a friend.
This week we take to the mailbox and answer fan questions about Destiny.
On IGN's Destiny Show this week, we discuss the return of The Last Word and all that entails, including the lore and its use in PVP and PVE. After that, we jump into YOUR questions!
Special guest Fallout Plays joins IGN's Destiny Show to discuss what we want to see from Trials of Osiris, the current Destiny 2 meta, and whether or not Anthem can live alongside Destiny in peace.
Luke Smith had a hope-filled message about the future of Destiny, Gambit wishes were discussed and some PVP adjustments are inbound.
Now that Bungie and Activision have split ways what does that mean for the potential of the Destiny franchise?
There are many different challenges to chase in Destiny right now and we're finding a lot more to do than expected at a time when some would claim the game is dead.
CJ, Steven and Sean chat about Destiny’s latest story reveal and where the franchise could go in 2019.
Destin, Sean, CJ, and Steven talk about the Destin's Black Armory Review and why he understands the strategy, but still feel it's greatly flawed in execution.
We've explored the Black Armory and while some see this as an expansion meant to span many months it feels like a lot of player may be left in the dust.
The Bungie team seems to be moving toward an ever evolving version of Destiny, but what does that mean for the future of the shared world shooter?
There were a lot of questions about how Destiny can improve this week. However, Destiny isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Here's why.
Datto Does Destiny joins us to discuss the future of Destiny 3 and how Bungie could turn things around and make everyone happy.
Activision said on a recent earnings call that Destiny 2 is not meeting their expectations. This week we discuss why that may be and what it would take to bring fans back.
Could the Destiny franchise ever recapture our imagination like the first game did?
There are a lot of Destiny 3 rumors swirling about so we play along and discuss the possibility they're true and what that would mean for Destiny
This week we talk all about Festival of the Lost, talk about our favorite boss moments of the series and bid Fran a fond farewell.
Going over all the Destiny 2 news for the week including what to expect with Festival of the Lost, Iron Banner, and Destiny 2 DLC being free for Forsaken purchasers.
With a line up of various triple A games on the horizon, is Forsaken strong enough to carry Destiny players through the holiday season.
Many players are having trouble getting into end-game activities, but does this make the game better or swing too far toward the most dedicated playerbase?
A lot of people were not able to compete in the day 1 Last Wish raid and while some of us feel it's fine, others feel left on the bench.
This week were all tired from preparing for the Raid but we're talking our favorite parts of the Dreaming City, random rolls and more.
This week the Destiny 2 fans get together to talk about what their impressions were about the campaign of Forsaken.
All of the details about Forsaken have us excited for the release next week. Join us as we talk about sandbox changes and what to expect in the future of Destiny.
After getting a look at the new trailer and hands-on time with the new map CJ and Destin discuss what they're looking forward to out of Gamescom.
A lot is going back to the drawing board with Forsaken but it looks like it will come back and hopefully be better than ever.
We sit down to talk about the latest PvP sandbox update stream and the pros and cons it could bring to the games meta.
SayNoToRage joins us on Fireteam Chat this week to discuss Solstice of Heroes and the future of Destiny 2.
Unless you were unlucky and snagged a Cabal Drill for 9 hours a lot of Destiny players found a cool new exotic Whisper of the Worm.
This week we're at Tampa, FL talking about the latest Destiny 2 updates and ranking the raids with the audience.
The Destiny crew reacts to all nine of the supers coming with the Forsaken expansion coming this fall. We also give some feedback on Faction Rallies that we think would improve the event.
The Vault Space issue has finally been addressed with collections and an updated roadmap for 2018 has prestige Raid Lairs around the corner.
Discussing the confusing pricing structure of Destiny 2's Forsaken and what fans can expect from the near future in Destiny.
Behind closed doors Bungie gave us access to an early look at the first story mission from Forasken. We also played Gambit the new competitive mode. Here's what we thought.
Bungie revealed the new Forsaken expansion coming this fall and it will dramatically be changing everything about Destiny 2.
The new Crucible Labs mode had us quite excited, but in practice it was a bit of a letdown. We discuss how it can improve and go over all the Exotic armor changes in Destiny 2.
Lore expert My Name is Byf chimes in on how Bungie could improve Destiny 2's lore and the emote that the community is furious over.
This week we go over all of the changes coming to Destiny 2 soon with a ton more on the way. However a large chunk of our conversation is about the a PTR called Crucible Labs that will change the game.
Now that the Fireteam Chat team has had a chance to play through a part of the Warmind expansion we all give our takes on what we liked and what we didn't.
We've collected all the details on Warmind that have come out before launch so you'll know what changes to expect with the latest expansion.
Destin, Fran, CJ, and Steven react to the Warmind reveal stream hosted by Bungie and all of the information we've learned since.
Exotics and progression are getting notable adjustments that are going to be a ton of fun for the PVP and PVE sandboxes... even if PVP may be a bit chaotic.
The next expansion brings the spring update, but it feels like more than normal is riding on its May 8th release for fans of the shared world shooter.
With the Destiny Community Summit around the corner Pope Bear, Gernader Jake, Destin and Fran tell Bungie what they need to hear at the event to save Destiny.
The latest update to Destiny 2 is out now and the crew had a chance to dive in. What did you think? Join us as we discuss our take on the latest happening in the game.
As we come upon the latest update to Destiny 2 we have MsTeamKK join us to talk about what Bungie needs to adjust to keep fans and bring players back.
Bungie is rebuilding their Faction Rallies in Destiny 2 prompting us to have a conversation about why this is important, and how they need to adjust.
Original co-host Alfredo Diaz joins the current cast to discuss where Destiny 2 went wrong and the impact the new update will have on the community.
The shift away from developing Destiny 2 for the casual gamer is apparent, but have Bungie painted themselves in a corner with this engine? That and more is discussed this week.
The Nightfall is getting a much needed scoring update and Rumble is making a triumphant return, but is it too late or a setup for a big return in the future?
This week we are joined by YouTuber Datto Does Destiny to discuss the state of Destiny 2, Crimson Days, and the ways the game needs to improve to win back fans.
Some are going to improve the game for the better, but one is a potentially bad move for the community.
After a plethora of updates to Destiny 2 it is working its way back to being a fun looter shooter, but it has a long way to go.
There’s no doubt that Destiny is in dire straits and Bungie has an uphill battle to regain trust.
Sean, Destin, and CJ bring their criticisms this week for how the updates to Destiny 2 are being implemented, but advise the community to attempt to be as constructive as possible.
Destin, Fran, and CJ get together to discuss the major updates to Destiny 2 and why they are so important to the community and future of the game.
We're (mostly) back for a new year of Destiny 2! This week CJ and Sean sit down and share their thoughts on The Dawning, Eververse rewards, and rumored DLC leaks.
Destin, Duggan, Fran, and CJ end the year discussing their thoughts on the state of Destiny 2 and the latest event The Dawning.
The Raid Lair has been released and we've had an opportunity to take on the latest challenges. In addition the latest update has brought masterworks and adjustments after much fan feedback. This episode we talk about our take on each.
Sean, CJ, Destin, and James all react to the Curse of Osiris release.
The future of Destiny 2 seems to be up in the air. As a myriad of fan concerns were addressed by Bungie, we talk about what works and what left us scratching our heads after reading their update plans.
The team reacts to Bungie's latest "new ways to play" stream, where it showed off a new public event, adventure, and the quest system to earn new forged weapons.
Our reactions to the Raid Lair reveal for Curse of Osiris and the campaign impressions for Destiny 2's upcoming DLC.
The Fireteam Chat crew talks about the 4K upgrades coming to PS4 Pro and Xbox One X while also reading feedback about the show and talking faction rallies.
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All of the latest details about Curse of Osiris alongside reactions to the content and we go over the latest patches coming to Destiny 2.
Today we have guest GernaderJake on the show to talk about PVP, the PC version, and the fixes Bungie is planning on bringing to Destiny 2.
James Duggan joins Destin, Fran, and CJ to talk about his hands on experience playing Destiny 2 on PC.
Destin, Fran, and CJ talk about the Iron Banner experience and how they feel Crucible needs to be improved in Destiny 2.
There are a few updates on the way to Destiny 2 that are not sounding that exciting. Destin, Fran, CJ, and James Duggan discuss why and how it could be improved.
Sean, Fran, Destin and CJ all discuss a lot this week including the current balance of the game, endgame tweaks they'd love and thoughts on how mods could evolve to be amazing.
Destin, Sean, CJ, and Fran sit down to discuss the upcoming Faction Rallies in Destiny 2 and how they believe certain elements of the game could be improved.
This week our Fireteam Chat team discussed running the Leviathan Raid for the first time and discuss the full Review which was just released on IGN.
IGN's hardcore Destiny 2 players give their spoiler free takes on the sequel followed by an open chat about the campaign.
In this spoiler free episode on we discuss our reactions to the PC beta, how we feel about the Raid being release so close to launch and hypothesize about Trials in Destiny 2.
We sit down with the Bungie team to talk the PC beta, what we're seeing in the EDZ and more!
There are some important tweaks being made for all the modes in Destiny 2 before launch, and some items return from the original!
Destin, Fran, Sean, and CJ join to discuss the latest PC beta details for streamers and the tiny PTR, Trials, and Iron Banner teases that have been spotted online.
Our Destiny fans discuss their final thoughts on the beta and discuss all of the IGN First content they had a chance to see including Nessus, and Survival!
The Destiny 2 beta is here and we had Pope Bear from the Destiny Community Podcast on the show to talk first impressions!
Destin, Fran, and CJ all visited Bungie to get an early look at Destiny 2. This week they talk their reactions and respond to the community questions about the sequel.
Destin, Sean, and Brian Malkiewicz discuss the beta details this week as well as Bungie day and some IGN First Destiny 2 reveals on the way.
Fran, Destin, and CJ are live from GuardianCon 2017 with some big Destiny 2 announcements for IGN.
Bungie announced that Trials of Osiris is going away as well as Iron Banner in the original Destiny so we discuss this week on Fireteam Chat.
Bungie joins us to talk about the challenges of rebalancing the sandbox of the Destiny 2 world and changing the weapon builds.
We know what Bungie's bringing to E3 2017, but we hope they show a few more goodies during the event.
This week our discussion is all about Destiny's original subclass system's faults and we would love to see them improved and problems Guided Games could face in Destiny 2.
Now that the dust has settled from the review event, our Fireteam Chat crew talks about what they liked the most, their concerns, and the major PVP changes in the sequel.
At the Destiny 2 reveal event we sat down with Bungie's Luke Smith and Mark Noseworthy to ask some tough questions about PS4 Pro at 30fps, dedicated servers and what we can expect from the sequel.
It's our final show before the gameplay reveal on May 18th and there are rumors of pets, new subclasses and more swirling. We also discuss what we think the sequel needs in this exciting episode.