Destiny 2 will not have private matches at launch as well as not having a ranked playlist at launch. The combination of these two elements leaves Destiny 2 PvP in a very odd place. Bungie has emphasized their desires and decisions to create a more competitive PvP sandbox for Destiny 2, and yet are missing two very necessary features for a deep and meaningful player engagement cycle for Crucible. Today we'll take a deep dive on Destiny 2 Private matches (or the lack there of) in combination with the more simplistic subclasses, map and weapon balance changes, in regards to Destiny 2 crucible. I'd love to hear your thoughts, let me know about them in the comments down below. Thanks for watching!
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Perhaps later after launch Destiny 2 will receive a robust set of ranked playlists and Luke Smith did comment that they have something in the works for players to show off their prowess in Destiny 2 Crucible, but how that materializes is yet to be seen. Private Matches will obviously make their way into Destiny at a later date past launch, but I"m just baffled as to why they would be absent in the first place. Is this a hint of perhaps some rushed development on Bungie's end, somewhat echoing what occurred during Destiny 1 development. I certainly hope not, and of course as always the closer we get to gamescom the more Destiny 2 news will come to the forefront.