After Uncovering All the news comes in with the new Shadowkeep expansion, Bungie expressed concern about the current state of health of his team supporting Destiny 2. As the director of the franchise Luke Smith reports, the developers’ morale has been declining for some time due to the many challenging contents that Bungie is working to steadily expand his split world looter shooter. The software company intends to change the way it works to guarantee its members that a healthier work environment:
“The extent of what we’ve achieved, the pace at which we’ve released it, and the overall commitment to the year past have an impact on the Bungie team. I and many others had conversations with teammates throughout the year, constantly shifting from one publication to the next – the effort to work on Destiny. Working on the game began to wear people down.
Each of the new mechanics – each with their own lessons – was invaluable, but also brought the team into an unsustainable development cycle. We should have developed more systematic and standardized progress mechanisms to keep our teams healthier. We will tackle this problem”.
Please note that Destiny 2 Shadowkeep will be released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 1st. Bungie has confirmed that Eververse objects will not affect the gameplay.