Bungie reports that until the conclusion of the current Season 19, the reputation of Destiny 2‘s Gambit mode has been greatly improved.
Bungie has announced a significant increase in reputation gains for Destiny 2’s Gambit game mode. Gambit is still part of Destiny 2’s core playlist, even though most players have played other modes beforehand.
Since the release of his Destiny 2 in 2017, he has become one of the leading first-person shooters in gaming. Bungie has done everything possible to ensure that the post-Halo offerings are sufficient to satisfy players, releasing one major expansion each year since launch. Destiny 2’s move to a free-to-play model in 2019 has also greatly helped the game, expanding its audience potential to millions of players.
With the Lightfall expansion coming soon, Destiny 2 will remain a staple of the multiplayer FPS genre for years to come. Potential Destiny 3 news is quiet for now, but fans can hear more in the years to come, following the release of The Final Shape expansion in 2024.
Gambit’s reputation was raised, and Destiny 2’s Twitter account said that it would remain elevated till the end of Season 19, Season of the Seraph. Up until February 28th, Destiny 2 Season 19 will be available, allowing fans plenty of time to begin playing Gambit. The game’s other PvP mode, Crucible, has proven to be more well-liked by the Destiny 2 community, thus it is unclear whether the switch will help Gambit regain its popularity.
Fans are surprised by this decision because the Gambit game mode hasn’t received any new content since Season 6. In response to the news, one irate fan tweeted, “All that we (gambit fans) want are updates to the game. also a fresh map or a vintage map.” Fans are hungry for more Gambit content. Players believe that a change is long overdue given that there are currently just four maps in the map pool and two maps are vaulted like other earlier Destiny 2 content. After the release of the Lightfall expansion, Bungie might become more motivated to redesign the mode.
Gambit made its debut in the Forsaken expansion pack of 2018. Gambit has recently been giving players trouble in advance of the game’s Lightfall update, with bugs leading to a host of problems. Players have abandoned Gambit in favour of other game types due to annoying bugs and a serious lack of content. But it’s not too little, either. If the developer pays enough attention to it, the committed fan base still has room to expand.