Activision is dissatisfied with Destiny 2: Forsaken



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Meanwhile the players celebrate Fate 2return to honor, publisher Activision is dissatisfied with current sales performance.

Discussion about the sale of the game was a result of the earnings table where the publisher stated that the title "did not meet our commercial expectations" and that "complete reform of the Destiny fanfare core is yet to be done".

"Some players still think" wait and see "mode," said Activision COO Coddy Johnson. "When you are involved, you are deeply involved, and if you are not, we hope it's time to do it and we will work to bring players back and win them back."

Despite lower than expected sales, Fate 2the latest extension, Forsaken deserved great critical praise. We estimate, Ben Allen scored it 9/10.

It is likely that enlargement costs, which are the same as full games, and a defective annual pass are the responsibility of many [this writer included] continue playing.

In recent months, market entry barriers have been calculated for many, as the game is offered free of charge for PlayStation Plus for September free games when it was released for free on PC just released last week for Battle.net.

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