It's also obvious why Bungie, or any other business, wouldn't tell you about some large upcoming things they have developing when they still want you to spend money on the things they have available now.
I'm not talking about some new IP, and I don't want to speculate about Destiny 3 or a fall expansion, despite the fact that given Bungie's cadence, interviews with Bungie, studio tours of Bungie, Jason Schreier articles, leaks, and lore bits all pointing to that cadence continuing, among the community managers coming straight out and saying they can't create ritual weapons because their team is stretched too thin… I'm going to go ahead and say you would be foolish to think they aren't actively working on something other than what's happening in the upcoming seasons.
Beyond that you can look at the design language of the seasonal content, and you can see that quite a lot of it shares design principles as the content we got way back in Year 1 and 2. Not only that but Bungie themselves have admitted that by the time they get feedback on something they are so far on to the next project that they can't actually implement it.
People are questioning if this is the best Bungie can do, these tiny seasons, and it seems pretty illogical to think that's the case. But it's likely the best they can do now, and that clarifier has a purpose
We have a responsibility as consumers to react to being given products we don't like, and we are doing that. But we're also blindly following this path by allowing the discussion to follow the same path it always has. People looking to the future should not be lambasted, it's obvious Bungie is putting more focus on things other than what we are getting right now, so why don't we realize that and start asking Bungie to show us exactly what it is they are working on? Instead of just calling the entire thing a dumpster fire like we always do?
It always seemed a bit ironic to me, it benefits Bungie's business model for us to be so focused on the present and not look to the future, and yet, out of outrage towards Bungie, that is exactly what a lot of people here end up doing.
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