Destiny 2’s PvP Skill Gap – A Real Problem

Many players have claimed that the skills and abilities in Destiny 2 are nerfed in PvE to appease a smaller portion of its PvP playerbase. A common example is how grenades deal significantly less damage against enemies when they’re not being used as weapons.


In a bid to appease the smaller faction of PvP players, guns and abilities are nerfed in PvE. Bungie has long been called upon to build a “wall” between PvP and PvE for separate sandbox balancing. While we may not have an Attack on Titan-sized stone divider, at this point it’s at least a barbed wire fence.


According to the Bungie team, they have been balancing PvP and PvE separately for a while now in minor ways. One example of this is when they buffed shotguns for PvE players but not applying it to PvP matches where it was already dominant. They also say that these tweaks are “things like a shotgun buff.”


But the arrival of Stasis, the game’s new freezing subclass, has required a much broader approach to balancing, and Bungie has just rolled out a massive list of changes to Stasis where almost all of them only apply to PvP, leaving the abilities unchanged for PvE content.


This is the first time in a game that I’ve seen so many changes to Stasis, and it will only affect PvP. They want to reward you for taking down your enemies instead of just spamming one ability over and over again.


It’s very likely that we will never see entirely separate sandboxes for PvP and PvE, given that it would require too much testing with each new addition to the game, as balancing a single sandbox has been hard enough. But this does show that Bungie has realized that the two do need to be separated at key junction points, and I think Stasis has been a watershed moment in that regard. I’m frankly not even sure these extensive Stasis changes will be enough, as they don’t address slowing and freezing, the worst problems with Stasis, as much as they could, but we’ll see what happens when these changes go live in just under two weeks.


It’s long been suspected that The Witch Queen, out early next year now after a recent delay, will likely bring a fifth subclass with it, so we may have to do all this over again. And there’s the ongoing issue of players wanting older subclasses to be buffed to be more in line with Stasis in both PvP and in some instances, PvE. It’s a never-ending dance really, no matter how you divide things up.


The dismantling of sunsetting will require some additional focus on the sandbox. Sunsetting used to easily solve problems like simply deleting weapons like Mountaintop or Revoker from competitive PvP content, but now with that gone, something like say, Felwinter’s won’t just blink out of existence in Trials next season, and it will have to be nerfed instead of just sunset. But fundamentally, PvE players weren’t amused that to solve say, the Mountaintop “problem” that it required sunsetting dozens, if not hundreds of their other, non-problematic weapons. So the reversal of that idea has been a victory for them.


This is a significant move in the right direction. It may not “cure” Stasis in PvP, but it shows a willingness to heavily consider the effects of nerfs that could detract from PvE, more so than we’ve ever seen. And this should continue to be the philosophy going forward.

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The top 8 gaming issues

1) Motion sickness


Motion sickness is one of the biggest problems in gaming. It can ruin a game for you and even make you sick to your stomach.


Many gamers get motion sick from playing games on their mobile devices, but they don’t want to stop playing because it’s such an enjoyable experience.


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2) Poor graphics


Most gamers know that graphics are important in a game, but they aren’t always willing to pay for the best gaming rig.


We all know how great it feels to play your favourite games with amazing graphics and smooth gameplay. However, you can spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on an expensive gaming computer setup.


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3) Uncomfortable controls


In gaming, the most important thing is to have a good control. With that gamers can enjoy their favourite games and feel comfortable while playing.


Unfortunately, not all controllers are designed for comfortability or portability. The majority of them are too big and uncomfortable to carry around with you when traveling or simply moving from one place to another. Also, some of them come in an ugly design which makes it difficult for you to even want to use it at home.


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4) Lack of immersion


Gamers are currently experiencing a lack of immersion in gaming. There is not enough interaction between the player and the character, which leads to dissatisfaction with games.


The new GameGlove technology will solve this problem by creating more immersive experiences for gamers through physical interactions with their devices.


The GameGlove is an advanced motion controller that allows users to interact physically with their game environment using gestures, movements and actions. This creates a much more realistic experience compared to current controllers available on the market today. For example, if you were playing a first person shooter game like Call of Duty or Battlefield, you would be able to use your hands as weapons such as rifles or pistols while interacting within the virtual world around you (elevation changes in terrain). By having direct control over what happens in-game, players can feel as if they are actually inside of it versus being limited by what buttons they can push on a controller/keyboard/mouse etc..


5) Difficulty in understanding the game’s objectives and rules.


The gaming industry is growing rapidly, and the number of players is increasing. However, there are still many people who don’t play games or have never played them before.


It’s hard to find a game that you like and can understand how to play it easily. Even if you do find one, it might be too difficult for you because of your age or lack of experience with this type of gameplay mechanics.



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6) In-game purchases


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7. Hidden costs to play online with friends


Like paying for voice chat services like Skype or Discord; having to buy an Xbox Live Gold membership to play games on your console if you don’t already have one; and buying PlayStation Plus service if you want access to free monthly games on PS4 (which is required by Sony) and other benefits like discounts on digital content, automatic updates, cloud saves, etc.; many players also find these subscriptions cost more than they’re worth because there are so many things now that require them – even though some of those features were free at launch!


8. Bugs, glitches


The gaming industry is growing rapidly and so are the number of gamers. But the problem is that there are a lot of bugs and glitches while gaming, which not only annoys but also frustrates them.


There are many ways to solve this problem like installing anti-virus software or updating drivers or even restarting your system. But none of these actually works for long term solution because they just temporary fix it. It’s always good to have a permanent solution rather than having temporary fixes every time you face problems in your game play.


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