Held last week in Bungie's studio, the community summit of Destiny brought Destiny players from around the world to provide feedback to Bungie about the state of the game. It is no secret that the interest in the sequel has diminished quite quickly, even the most important personalities of the community have moved away to play other titles.
There were some questions about whether the community summit would be a great PR stunt for the next Warmind expansion, or if it would really be the catalyst for a valuable change in Destiny 2 ] The community has already returned home, and the reception to the summit was overwhelmingly positive. This is just a small selection of answers from some of the leading figures in the community Destiny .
This is the first time I feel that my comments have been taken seriously or have been important. I hope something like this happens again in the future.
– Datto (@DattosDestiny) April 21, 2018
To everyone at Bungie, thank you for welcoming us. I assumed that this would be beneficial for both Bungie and the community to learn from each other and I am very confident that we did it. I will work on a video sharing what I can for you.
– Ms 5000 watts (@ Mrs5oooWatts) April 21, 2018
We have to touch some new things. I really liked [redacted] and everyone loved [redacted] but the best part was having long live conversations with developers from various teams and having them actively respond to comments and draw direct conclusions about the community's wishes.
– True Vanguard (@ The True Victanguard) April 21, 2018
The conversations we had at the Destiny Community Summit restored much of my lost confidence.
In addition, it seemed genuinely productive for the future.
My 2 cents: the community and our wishes for the game could not have been represented much better.
– Slayerage (@sc_Slayerage) April 21, 2018
Of course, it was not just the community that was most positive about the event. Even the Bungie developers were happy with the way the conversations went.
The Destiny Summit was a very positive experience for me. Thanks to dad @Bungie for putting it together and bringing a group of Destiny experts to give us some thoughtful comments on the game, and also give us the opportunity to meet and have real conversations.
– Jon Weisnewski (@sharkeatsman) April 21, 2018
The last 2 days have been incredible. I really appreciate all those who put their lives on pause to spend time with us. It was incredibly rewarding for us.
Honestly, today I felt a bit like leaving summer camp.
Safe trip to all those who go home.
Thanks again and pic.twitter.com/qnaKYiS4FC
– Josh Hamrick (@Josh_Hamrick) April 21, 2018
Thanks to everyone who attended the summit from the community and they took time out of their week to talk with us. It was great to see old friends and meet new ones. Destiny is both your game and ours. / end sappy tweet
– Christopher Barrett (@cgbarrett) April 21, 2018
The fruits of most of these conversations will probably not be seen until September, which is the next important step on the sheet development path after Warmind launches next month. Still, it's great to see a number of voices that have criticized [Destino2 and Bungie in recent months turned around and showed a level of positivity about the future of the game.
At this time, the Bungie has the task of keeping communication channels open as they seek to develop these changes and new features. The ideas are great in theory, but it is the execution of these ideas that will really highlight how much good Destiny Community Summit did for the future of Destiny 2 .
We & # 39; I'll be bringing news from Destiny 2: Warmind to reveal the broadcast while airing tomorrow. Destiny 2: Warmind versions on May 8.