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Why I don’t want to play Destiny 2, as a fan

I’ve been asked to write about Destiny 2 a few times over the last few days, but this time I’d like to give you the full scoop on why I’m not buying it right now.

Destiny 2 was released last week and I’m quite curious to see how it stacks up to the last major launch.

As a Destiny fan, the most important part of playing the game is the story.

I love Destiny and I really love the way the game explores the lore and the relationships between the various factions of the Fallen.

But that’s just a story and that’s not really what Destiny 2 is about.

The real beauty of Destiny 2 isn’t that it explores those stories, it’s that it’s a game that takes you through a new kind of Destiny where you don’t need to know the lore or the history of any faction or group to enjoy playing it.

You just need to do what you do and that makes it feel more cinematic, more alive and more powerful.

Destiny has always been about the experience, but now it’s about what happens after you finish playing the main story campaign.

The game’s a huge undertaking, but it’s also an experience that’s been crafted to take you on a journey that’s completely unique and exciting.

There’s no time limit and the story and the combat are constantly evolving as you play.

You’re constantly evolving, as are the enemies you fight.

But in the end, that’s what makes Destiny so special, because its a game where the story is the whole point.

It’s about finding the answers and the answers can change depending on what the characters are doing.

So Destiny 2 feels like an epic journey, but also an enjoyable journey.

That’s what I want to hear from you, the fans, when I say that Destiny 2 sucks.

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