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This week we learned about the delay in next-gen features like 60fps and an FOV slider for Destiny 2 on consoles, but there are some hidden challenges for the developers with cross-gen play on Xbox Series X and PS5 playing with older hardware. Paul Tassi joins us to discuss this and in addition, we also bid a fond farewell to community manager DeeJ.
The Festival of the Lost has returned and this week we react to the event in 2020, but we also got new news about how mods are changing and some new exotic weapons and gear that are on the way.
With the Festival of the Lost event on the way and not a whole lot else, we discuss what we’re doing in Destiny 2 and how we’re passing the time as we wait for Beyond Light.
Bungie revealed this week a plethora of under-the-hood changes to the engine to prepare for Beyond Light and the next generation of consoles. Fireteam Chat discusses the implications.
Several important changes were revealed for Destiny 2 Beyond Light this week including new weapons and gear that we will be earning after November 10th.
The Mav Show joins us this week as we take a peek into how the new Destiny 2 stasis subclasses will work for the Warlock and Titan and it looks like it's dramatically going to overhaul the game. Join us as we go over the changes coming with the Warlock Shadebinder, and Titan Behemoth. In addition, we catch you up on all the Destiny 2 news of the week.
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New gameplay of Destiny 2 Beyond Light was revealed during Gamescom 2020 and it showcased all of the new stasis abilities and super in action. We share our first reactions and lingering questions about the new footage. Lord Cognito joins us from The Last Word Destiny podcast to go over all the new details!
The full list of what's going into the "Destiny Content Vault" has been revealed and it includes NPC's activities, cutscenes, and locations. There is a lot to go over as this will impact every facet of the game. Paul Tassi joins us to go down the list and read over everything that's going away.
Solstice of Heroes is here in Destiny 2, but it's a lot of the same grind that we had in the previous event. Here are our thoughts on why it's not hitting the right notes with players.
The Solstice of Heroes event coming to Destiny 2 will be adding "Universal Ornaments" to the game that will last forever. Is this a tease for how transmog will work? Our panel discusses.
New gameplay was shown during the Xbox event showcasing Stasis in full effect, but the more important reveal was Destiny 2 coming to Game Pass. Here's why that was a game-changer and a look at both where Destiny 2 and Halo have gone from a design perspective. (Note there was a mistake in the audio this week where we recorded the trailer audio during playback. Sorry for the mistake!)
Popular Destiny 2 PVP streamers Aztecross and Kujay join Fireteam Chat team to discuss the state of PVP and Trials of Osiris. In addition Beyond Light has been delayed until November 10th meaning you have even more time to farm Umbral Engrams.
From the exotic Ruinous Effigy to the build-up of the story and a ton of rewards, here's why we love Season of Arrivals and why some think it's the best season yet.
Iron Banner is in full swing for Destiny 2, but we reminisce about the days when this event had coveted armor and weapons and hope that Bungie can get back to designing those iconic looks again. In addition, we go over the important parts of the patch notes about the Fallen Guillotine getting patched, and some voice actor revelations this week.
There are some items that are working very well in Season of Arrivals in Destiny 2 and our crew discusses what they like the most. In addition, we discuss the upcoming changes to Iron Banner and how that's going to impact the gear chase for mods, and loot.
The crew talks about their reactions to the latest season, advises new or returning players, and also discusses their reactions to the Dungeon and current week's story.
This week Bungie revealed Destiny 2 Beyond Light, the expansion that focuses on the new location Europa, and why the Drifter, Eris, and the Stranger are meeting there! We also know now that Bungie will be supporting Destiny 2 through 2022! Here's all the news you need to know about the reveal and our reactions.
There have been several developments in the world of Destiny 2 over the last few days. The Almighty creeps ever closer to the Tower, Eris Morn and the Drifter have had teaser trailers released that showcase their approach to what we believe is Europa, and meanwhile, Ana Bray thinks everything is going to turn out fine. These are all of our reactions to the latest news, and where we think it's all going.
The new season is upon us and we're wondering when Bungie is going to show us more. Thus far they've been rather silent, but we still ponder what is to come while looking back on the current season of Destiny 2.
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This week it's a tad shorter show as we focus in on more nerfs coming to the sandbox. While it's important to recognize that all of this is leading toward something, it's also hard to get excited about longer reload times on weapons. This is our reaction to the Destiny 2 perk changes.
It seems that we’ll be playing in the world of Destiny 2 for a long time as it’s been revealed the game will be supported for years to come with new content. With all the new changes like transmogrification, Eververse changes, and vanity rewards coming back to Strikes, Raids, and Dungeons there’s a lot to go over this week in the world of Destiny.
Bungie released a ton of details about how they plan to update Destiny 2 including Seasons that last all year, bounties being replaced with new objectives, and a story that will better intertwine each season.
Bungie announces their plans to fix Trials and Guardian Games is here! Who is the best bounty collector in the world of Destiny 2? After discussing the news stick around as our host Destin and his wife try to make some exclusive recipes from the Destiny 2 cookbook.
Lance Reddick, the voice of Zavala in Destiny 2 joins the cast to discuss his acting career, his favorite class in Destiny and his upcoming project. Today also marks the premiere of Bosch Season 6 on Amazon Prime with Lance, but in the meantime, you can join us for some Destiny fun.
The community is in another state of dismay after finding out that the latest activity coming to Destiny, Grandmaster Ordeals will be less than compelling. In addition, popular streamer Gladd has announced he'll be taking an extended break for the next few seasons. We discuss the state of the game this week, how it could improve, and where Destiny goes from here.
Bungie has unveiled a look at how they've been handling the numerous reports of Trials of Osiris cheating and we break it all down for you on this weeks episode. Expect our reactions to all the latest Destiny news and as promised, our segment all about Gambit is happening this week where we take a closer look at the mode.
With a new bunker opening on the Moon in Destiny 2 you may think it'll add a lot of new pursuits to chase. However, it turns out to be more of the same while PVP remains the focus of Season of the Worthy.
The latest Season in Destiny 2 focuses on Trials of Osiris, but has left the PVE experience in largely the same state while removing pinnacle pursuits for those players.
Many players have been discussing discontent with Season of the Worthy, but the Destiny 2 crew on Fireteam Chat discuss how Trials of Osiris, the mode available to all players could bring in a boon of interest to the PVE modes. Time will tell how well the season pans out, but we'll be along for the ride.
The roadmap for Season of the Worthy has been revealed and with it a plethora of changes that will impact the sandbox and power chase. We go over all of them in today's episode.
After a celebration period amongst the fans Bungie made one change to their Trials of Osiris announcement that have made some concerned about the mode. We go over why we're excited, how the Artifact will be altered for the mode, and what you can expect going forward for Destiny 2.
Auto-Rifles may have a comeback in Destiny 2, but several weapons including fan-favorites like The Last Word will be getting nerfed.
There have been several issues with Destiny over the years, but one keeps creeping onto the top of everyone's pet-peeve list, and Bungie can't keep putting off ignoring it.
While many are enjoying the PVP changes that began in Season of the Undying, a few issues have crept up that True Vanguard points out on the show this week. Join us for the latest news and analysis of this coveted piece of the Destiny franchise.
Discussing the state of the Destiny 2 sandbox across both PVP and PVE MTashed and KackisHD join Destin on Fireteam Chat to discuss where the game needs to improve the most, and why there may never be a Destiny 3.
The Destiny 2 community is coming together to solve a massive puzzle in the Corridors of Time so we give you the latest and talk about some of our favorite memories of in-game Destiny reveals.
The community has been chatting about the possibility of a Destiny movie or TV show. We discuss what could work within the Destiny universe in that format.
Our initial reaction to Destiny 2 Season of Dawn may have been wrong. As we progress we're finding more and more to like about this seasonal model.
The new Season of Dawn has been released in Destiny 2 bringing a plethora of Season 9 changes to the game. Here are our first reactions to the new content.
Bungie revealed Destiny 2 Season of Dawn this week and it left players with a lot of questions about the event, PVP, and where the game is going in Season 9. Here's what we know so far and why people were left feeling underwhelmed.
Changes are coming to Escalation Protocol and Destiny 2 Season of Dawn is being revealed next week.
While the solar subclasses are getting a rework, the Season of the Undying seems to have ended with a whimper. Meanwhile Stadia had launched with Destiny 2 and we give our thoughts on the new service alongside all the latest updates.
As two of the most overused items are getting nerfed in Destiny 2 we thought it would be a good opportunity to discuss some other core systems that need an overhaul going into Season of the Dawn. Could raids have a better drop rate? Did One-Eyed Mask and Recluse need to get nerfed or was there another solution?
A lot has been happening in the world of Destiny 2 from organic world storytelling to PVP changes that we're really seeing the effects of. This week we go over all the changes and wonder where they can build from here.
With a plethora of events including the Festival of the Lost, but also the Altar of Sorrow and the Pit revealed this week we go over all of the things happening in Shadowkeep and take another look at the claim that there's not a lot to do. We also talk about Xenophage, address your feedback from last week, and talk about Momentum Control!
As Season 8 continues and Bungie addresses future plans with pursuits, we're finding that there are a lot of considerations that should be made within the endgame to improve the experience further.
As we approach max light and begin the pinnacle grinds we have to ask if the armor affinity was a misstep as we look at all the good and bad systems currently in play for Destiny 2.
Now that Destiny 2 Shadowkeep has launched the Garden of Salvation Raid and a majority of the activities our most avid players sit down to discuss the strengths and weaknesses post-launch.
This week Paul Tassi and Travis Northup our IGN reviewer join Brian and Destin to discuss the new systems in Destiny 2 Shadowkeep, their take on all of it and where they landed on the campaign. We saved the spoilery stuff for last!
This week there's a ton to go over so we have guest iLulu join us to go through the TWAB, Artifact, and reactions to all the new information coming out as we head into launch.
This week we take a look at the ViDoc featuring a ton of new details about Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and the future of the franchise.
Blessious joins us to talk about Shadowkeep which is going to be bringing a steady set of content starting October 1st to Destiny 2 and it will adjust a ton of weapon options to make them more viable. Here's why we're excited.
A ton of new details including the Destiny 2 Shadowkeep armor was leaked, but the TWAB released a ton of new details about what we can expect for the sandbox of Destiny going forward. 3v3 elimination, PvP maps taken out of rotation, and no more free Luna or Rally Reloads are in the near future. Here are our reactions to all the news with special guest GSXRClyde joining us this week.
Bungie has revealed that Destiny 2 is going to be getting a Season Pass with both a paid and free tier. Mesa Sean and Parris join the show to discuss their reactions and why it could be okay, but why we're still being cautiously optimistic.
Bungie's DeeJ and Scott Taylor joins us on Fireteam Chat to discuss joining Stadia, how the game is evolving to improve for all players, how infinite power will work, and more.
Bungie released their first Director's Cut blog post going over the lessons learned in the last 6 months and Paul Tassi of Forbes joins us to go over how they plan to make Destiny better because of it.
As CJ leaves IGN and heads onto his next adventure we bid him farewell, go over the news and discuss where he's headed in the near future.
Destiny 2 has delayed the release of Shadowkeep to October 1st, moved the raid to Saturday the 5th and made a plethora of other sweeping changes. Here's why we think this is amazing.
Solstice of Heroes is right around the corner, but as we gear up and look forward to the challenges coming with Shadowkeep we discuss what we're keeping in mind alongside all the news this week.
The latest exotic Bad JuJu is here, but should you wait to get it or do you need it now? The team discusses this and all things happening in Destiny 2 this week.
At GuardianCon 2019 the Fireteam Chat crew, joined by friends go over the current features in the game and what the best and worst items in Destiny 2 currently are.
The Heroic Menagerie mode is here and our impressions are that it's great. However, if you've been farming the event you'll want to get your god roll ASAP!
A look at all the recent happenings in Destiny 2 including 2.5 million dollars raised by GuardianCon to help out the children at St. Judes Hospital.
We go over the new Shadowkeep expansion, everything Bungie has told us about the future of Destiny 2 and how cross-save will work for players.
From adding cross-save and going free-to-play to eliminating platform exclusives and adding transmogrification Bungie looks to be massively improving the Destiny 2 experience across the board.
Going over our predictions and hopes for the next season of Destiny 2 as well as some details about the Season of Opulence!
Bungie is changing how Raid progression for Crown of Sorrow and it will be evening the playing field for players.
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.