Destiny 2 Developer Bungie ‘Truly Sorry’ For Final Format Release Issues

Destiny 2 developer Bungie has apologized to disgruntled fans who struggled with the release of The Final Shape expansion.

Final Form launched on June 4 and Destiny 2 quickly ran into significant server issues that prevented players from progressing through the much-anticipated campaign. Many reported booting from campaign levels, missing important cutscenes, and losing progress. As this worked to ease the problems, Bungie tweeted progress updates, but for many players the night was written.

On Steam, the user review rating for The Final Shape is ‘mostly negative’. “Best 40 bucks I ever spent and the best two hours of my life… my favorite was ‘Destiny 2 servers not available. Dismiss this message to try again,'” said Cait. “If you still don’t have all the error codes, today is a good day to collect them. ” says another.

Now, Bungie has He tweeted that To solve various problems. “Hello everyone, we’d like to apologize if connectivity issues prevented you from playing or enjoying The Final Shape today,” the Sony-owned studio said. “We are hard at work trying to resolve each of these issues as soon as possible, and as of this morning several connectivity issues have already been fixed.”

“We apologize if connection issues prevented you from playing or enjoying The Final Shape today.

Bungie has made several reboots in an attempt to deal with bugs that could leave players out of action, saying it was “our most important issue to resolve”. Those who missed a cutscene can replay the mission by accessing the Replayable Missions note in the middle of the Pale Heart map, Bungie advised. There are cutscenes at the end of Missions 1, 4, 5, 6, and 7.

“We created The Final Shape to be an amazing, whimsical, story-driven adventure for everyone to enjoy,” continued Bungie. “We are truly sorry if connection issues and instability got in the way of that experience, and we promise to continue working until these issues are resolved.”

It’s been a rocky start for The Final Shape, which seems to have reignited interest in the long-running shooter. Destiny 2 Steam concurrent players peaked at 315,285, high enough to make the top five most played games on Valve’s platform. Microsoft and Sony did not provide player numbers for Xbox and PlayStation.

The Final Shape concludes Destiny’s expansive story by placing the player inside the Traveler in a conflict against the mysterious The Witness. It’s the culmination of 10 years of often-dazzling Destiny stories, leaving fans wondering what’s next. Some speculate that Bungie has Destiny 3 in the works.

Wesley is IGN’s UK news editor. Find him on Twitter at @wyp100. You can reach Wesley at [email protected] or confidentially at [email protected].

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