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Destiny 2: Has a Huge PVP Population, but Matchmaking Needs Modernization
They need to bring back skill based matchmaking - Destiny 2
That's twice the amount of people playing Strikes, Nightfall, Raids, or Gambit. For comparison, if we look back at July of , the PVP population was k, less than half of what it is today. So while there was an increase, it should also be considered that this is a new season where everybody is trying to hit the new max power level. Especially now that skill-based matchmaking has been turned off.
Luke Smith delivered the third and final piece to his epically long Director's Cut, a series of blog posts that provide unprecedented insight into the Destiny 2 development process at Bungie. For many, fans were anticipating part three for the PvP updates, an aspect of the game that has been lacking for quite some time. The real meat of the PvP discussion begins in full in Part 3, where Smith acknowledges that while Destiny 2 continues get to tuned behind the scenes as well as new pinnacle rewards, there's a lot to this side of the game that is missing. As he points out, there hasn't been a new permanent game mode, game modes from the first game are still missing in action, and there isn't a public facing Crucible team to communicate directly with.
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