Any particular website you guys use to find out where best to grind for certain weapons? I'm super casual and probably play an hour or two a week, if that, and don't know a tremendous amount about the game, but from what I gather, there's some weapons that drop more often from certain enemies and others that are just RNG whatever. Correct me if I'm wrong.
This event is stupid. They should have made it so everyone could participate in some way while the poopsock streamers tried to progress. Something like go Collect 1,000,000 pieces of vex armor so they could progress to Level 2.
Who in their right mind wants to do this? This is like dragging your dick on sandpaper, over and over again. This is not even close to being fun. This has been over 24 hours now and they are still trying to figure this shit out. Running the same shit over and over again, without save points.
Most items you can look up on Destiny 2 Database, Collection Manager, and Leaderboards - light.gg will list a source somewhere in the page. Crucible, Strikes, Gambit all have their own sets of armor and weapons. For example you will never get a Better Devils from a PVE event. I think every nightfall strike also has its own rare uniques.
A LOT of year 1 stuff comes from Banshee weapon parts engrams and getting a god roll on any of them is nearly impossible because the pool is so big.
Pretty sure this will be good for Bungie in that they will no longer need to even think about what the suits at Activision want. Now if only Blizzard would do the same, but sadly, the Blizzard that would want to do that is long dead.
Its really weird Activision is just letting it go. Do they think Destiny is a dud? Are they going to build their own competitor via Call of Duty or Blizzard?
Sadly I think most likely Activision has decided pc/console gaming is probably a dead end or lower-growth potential in the long term and may be pivoting to mobile gaming, which kinda sucks but then again they don't really make games (outside call of duty, which is easily replacable) I give a shit about anymore.
When was the last time Activision was really relevant as a game dev? Like.... late 90's? Looking at the list of games they actually developed I think the only ones I actually played were the Heavy Gear and MechWarrior series.